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Online Fitness Classes Make Exercise Easier

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January 6, 2014
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There's no longer an excuse for not fitting in a short exercise class, no matter what time, or where in the world you happen to be. Online fitness companies are offering every kind of class whenever we want it. (Jan. 6)


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