In good or favorable condition; in a desirable state of being: as, a well-conditioned mind.
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "well-conditioned" in a sentence
"The bond developed among players was tight as the Wildcats exerted their depth to capitalize on the well-conditioned energy that made them a tough matchup and a tough out in the NCAA Tournament."
"People are pretty well-conditioned to respect the military."
"Offering assistance to parents who face substance abuse issues is all well and good, but turning homes into prisons under constant surveillance, complete with guards, seems a wee bit over the top - even for an island populace well-conditioned to having virtually their every move in public monitored."