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Can you get fit by doing nothing? Fans of a new vibration exercise craze
say you can. But if it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is,
says Lucy Atkins, who sizes up the science behind the claims

Lucy Atkins

Tuesday 9 September 2003 16.24 BST First published on Tuesday 9
September 2003 16.24 BST

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There is, it seems, a benevolent deity after all: "passive exercise" - the
newest thing in exercise technology - has finally arrived. Yes, now all you
have to


Source: www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2003/sep/09/healthandwellbeing.health


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