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7 Assumptions Smart People Never Make

Thinking It's OK to Skip the Gym

Smart, well-rounded people do physical activities during their downtime – swimming, skiing, rock-climbing, tangoing – and they build them into their schedules. 

That makes exercise something to look forward to, not to dread.

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