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March 16, 2012


Ana Albertson

That does sound like a handy group exercise. Well, in general, a willing group can be a great motivator for socializing and exercising. It can help others to push forward and be more willing to try out new exercises, since others are doing it as well. It's more or less a good kind of peer pressure, you know?

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