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Is Nothing Sacred?By Margaret Anderson

I didn’t even know you could doze off on a treadmill, but you can. That’s what happens when you work out in running shoes and pajamas at 5am. Why the dawn patrol, you ask? Because after 6am, there is no more “me time.”

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