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Exercise // Thinker: How Hard Should I Exercise?

Why are you asking this question?


You might want to ensure that your exercise is as effective as it can be. Maybe it's a safety concern. Perhaps you are getting conflicting advice from (allegedly) credible sources.


Or, all of the above.


Sorry to exaggerate your frustration: what is your goal?


Furthermore, does "hard" even need to enter into the equation right now?

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