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Short and social workouts led fitness trends in 2012 (Yahoo)

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Default Short and social workouts led fitness trends in 2012 (Yahoo)

NEW YORK (Reuters) - From mud races to sweat parties to CrossFit competitions, workouts turned smarter, shorter and more social in 2012, experts say, as fitness was sweetened with a little help from smart phones and friends. "Everything is about making fitness fun," said Jenna Autuori-Dedic, senior fitness editor at Fitness Magazine. Even those grueling indoor cycling classes were a chance to mingle. "I truly think that spinning was one of the biggest things to come out of 2012," said Autuori-Dedic. "They (fitness studios) made it fun. ...

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