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This week, Charles provides valuable insight into training motivation, shoulder growth, and exercise science.
Many health professionals recommend light exercise for women on bed rest as a way to prevent complications.
Stop skipping from one thing to the next in search of results in the gym.
For the average person, his or her routine needs to include a little bit of everything.
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