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Why sweat it out in a crowded stinky gym when you can burn calories in the great outdoors this summer? This is the season when many fitness fanatics modify their workouts to take advantage of the sunshine and warm temperatures. If you are suffering from gym-phobia, then consider taking your workout regime outside and turning a local playground into your own personal health club. Here's how: *Warm-up by jogging around the perimeter of the park *Do tricep dips on a rock wall or

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