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“For me, doing some sort of physical activity always clears my head and gets my creative juices flowing.”
“I hear you're training to run a marathon.”
“Don't try to do too much at once. Just ease into it.”
“I didn't bring any workout clothes.”
“Actually, some people say it's not good to stretch without warming up first.”
“Easier said than done.”
“I used to be able to run five miles without breaking a sweat. Now I get winded after the first five minutes.”
“I need to work off these love handles.”
“I've got to work off this beer belly!”
“I look like a dork.”
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