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How can I exercise if I'm uncomfortable wearing workout clothes in public?

Rose Reisman
Nutrition & Dietetics
Some gyms feel like being in a Jennifer Lopez music video. Everyone looks too good to be true. If you really don't feel comfortable in public in your workout clothes, stay home until you get into better shape. Choose to work out at home with a DVD or TV show. Once you start looking and feeling fit, you'll be proud to show off your new form. Splurge on some new workout clothes!
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For the journey toward healthier living. Losing weight can be a constant and frustrating struggle. Rose Reisman's Permanent Weight Loss Solutions creates a blueprint for lifelong weight control that...

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