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5 ways you might be screwing up your at-home workouts

Gyms and fitness centers have reopened but for some, exercise is still an at-home activity. Yet without a personal trainer or instructor to tell you your push-up form is wrong, working out at home can be like working out in a vacuum.

Here are some of the most common home workout mistakes teachers and trainers see - and how to fix them:

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"What we observed over the quarantine period is that a lot of people resort to randomized programs - stuff they

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