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Exercise 'anywhere, anytime'

Published on Tuesday 7th of March 2017 12:06:23 AM in BBC

Bright tights and Lycra tops are a hallmark of an industry worth $270bn (£220bn) worldwide.And in Australia, the wearing of so-called activewear - whether or not you are doing sport - has become something of a phenomenon.A music video gently poking fun at the use of ...

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