A term typically used by boxers to describe intensive cardio work, necessary for building up the endurance required to compete in a professional boxing match.

Previously, "roadwork" was used by boxers exclusively to describe running; now, the term has expanded to cover interval running/training and anaerobic exercises to better prepare a fighter to circle their opponent in the ring and throw hundreds of combination punches over the course of an entire fight.
If he wants a shot at going the distance in his next fight, he's gonna have to iron out his roadwork.
by Johnnie W. December 12, 2012
The act of receiving a hand job from the car passenger while driving. Preferrably a good looking female passenger.
As we drove across country, I offered my bf some road work while he drived. Unfortunately, he wrecked the car into a parked school bus before he came.
by kinkykelly24/7 November 14, 2007

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