A Better Fit
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A Better Fit

Too lazy to exercise? 3 ways CrossFit hacks your brain.

A client recently told me about his first experience with CrossFit.

Spying through large steamed windows, he witnessed a group of tiring youths, each huffing, panting and gasping for what looked to be their last breath. As their limbs and torsos motored up and down like pistons, he stood still, awestruck by the dogged industry.




What does it mean to be a good fit for society and how can we become a better fit?

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Simon Shears

Simon Shears

Author of 'Working [it] Out: what actually makes us exercise?' Sitting firmly on the fence between a man of words and a man of action.

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