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Exercise // Thinker: New You (Part 1 of 2)

When fitness people write or speak about exercise-related New Year's resolutions, the tendency is toxic.


Points made from the muscle pulpit about "crowded" gym spaces, non-committal participants, etc. are not helpful.


Not to the people looking to resolve something through exercise, not to the pontificators and not to our industry.


If it is not helpful, then why do it?

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