How Typical Fitness Marketing Causes More Harm Than Good

The images and messages we see with typical fitness marketing can often do more harm than good to us, both physically and mentally.

What I see are images of young men and women, with “perfect” bodies (very little body fat) that promise that “you, too, can look like this!”

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Writes about integrative health, embodied mindfulness and the interrelatedness of life. Follow her on Instagram @shirleyarcher

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