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What Kevin Hart and my mother taught me about exercise

Never underestimate your funny friend as a workout partner

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“I can’t take her seriously,” my mother said. “Look at her pants.”

I huffed, “Mom, will you just do the dance moves?”

“No, those ugly pants are making me forget all the choreography,” she said.




Laughing burns calories. Let’s focus on our funny bones together.

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