Episode 39: Solving Common Fitness Pitfalls

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Fitness is the foundation of our well-being, yet so many of us struggle to make it a daily part of our lives, whether that’s due to time pressure, motivation, or even negative associations with sports growing up. In Episode 39, Christine and Asha talk about 8 common fitness pitfalls and offer practical solutions to handle the obstacles and get moving — all without needing a ton of time, money, or grand goals.

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