#Repost @elevatemywriting ・・・
Don't worry: this isn't turning into a fitness-focused account (one look at my pictures will tell you why I said that!). I'm using this to point out a mistake that's rampant online: people talking about how they're going to "workout".
The problem: the word "workout" is a noun, so the correct usage is if you're talking about what type of exercise you're doing, plan to do, or did. The correct term if you're talking about the physical activity you did (will do, already did) is WORK OUT (two words), the verb!
WORK OUT: To sort out (resolve) or to exercise or engage in some form of fitness.
WORKOUT: The exercise that is done, or type of fitness one engages in.
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It's easy to make this mistake, especially with similar words such as FOLLOWUP, LOGIN, and MAKEUP. The trick is to remember that the two-word version is the verb, while the one-word version is the noun.
Got it? Good! Now go work out: doctor's orders!😉