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  • 'Conscious' exercise helps stressed Britons switch off
  • 'Conscious' exercise helps stressed Britons switch off
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'Conscious' exercise helps stressed Britons switch off

'No pain, no gain' has been the dominant mentality in fitness for decades, but some are realising pushing their bodies into the red isn't always the best way to reach optimum health. That's why the 'conscious movement' philosophy is taking root, as it helps people to be more mindful about their fitness.

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