Working out to look good? It's ok to be a little vain


It’s not a crime to want to look good when you’re investing time and effort in exercising. — Photos: 123rf.com

Ask any fitness buff why he or she works out and the reply would be to get healthy, lose weight and feel good.

They’re not quite telling the truth because most won’t admit that vanity and having an aesthetically-appealing body also play a role in the equation.

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