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10 Fitness Truths I’ve Learned After Teaching for 25 Years

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Be informed that the market was developed on ableism

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Assumptions on what “good” is, that any and all problems can be fixed by eating “more” and doing more, and that you can say what’s happening in someone’s mind or body only by looking at them are just the tip of the iceberg. Stay conscious and try to be as inclusive as possible. The entire market is tailored to capable individuals with such “ideals” which are not inclusive. This is what we all need to do differently. 

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Fitness and movement have more advantages than any possible improvements in appearance 

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The exercise industry is designed to rely on aesthetics. Don’t get trapped in the trap, do not get stuck in the pit. Esthetics do not inherently mean outcomes for emotional or physical wellbeing. In my view, chronic disease reduction and longevity are essential, too. 

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