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Slow Exercise Is a Form of Resistance

And yes, even slow, boring, inefficient workouts are good for you

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AsAs a millennial with much-higher-than-the-national-average student debt, I spent years managing feelings of disappointment, fear, stress, and even stretches of depression by engaging in intense exercise. I would run six quick miles at least three days a week, rapidly lift weights in as many…




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