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Why I Don’t Talk About Fitness Like A Fit Person

I’ve been fit for as long as I can remember. My earliest childhood memories are of activity. Chasing imaginary friends around my childhood home’s sizeable garden. Or swinging from the low hanging branches of the orange trees that adorned the bottom part of it.

As a young boy I did sports at school. I ran. I played tennis and baseball. Did swimming and field hockey. During the week…




I am the petri dish of my life experiment.

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I am the petri dish of my life experiment.

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