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Body Shaming And The Health And Fitness Industry: 5 Questions For Heather Wynn

Heather Wynn is on a mission to change the conversation about women and fitness. "You can't hate your body into true health," she says, in her new book about the subject, Enough Already! : Finding Happiness Now in a World that wants to Sell you Perfection Later. I interviewed Heather to learn more about her personal journey as a health and fitness coach who came to see that the industry was in fact trapping women in an unhealthy addiction.
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