Strong Bodies, Messed Up Heads

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Committing yourself to disciplined eating and exercise sets you apart from others. And it doesn't take much for a little pride to set in, especially given the unfit state of those around us. is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who recognizes the dangers in compulsive fitness. "Dialing up the discipline pretty much ruined your chances of being a friend," he writes. "Being messed up in the head creates dysfunction." Read Fitness Guys Have Issues.

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