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Then I met my boyfriend, Brooks, whose outlook on health and fitness is the exact opposite of mine. He actually orders a salad as a meal at a restaurant, not just for health reasons, but because he actually likes salad. He works out consistently -- even when we're on vacation. And while I love that he'll be around forever 'cause he's so damn healthy, his high falutin' health nut ways can also be seriously annoying. Especially when the waiter delivers a plate of food to the wrong person. Hello! I ordered the bacon cheeseburger with fries. He's the grilled chicken salad.
However, one upside to dating a health-food junkie is that sometimes those health and fitness vibes rub off on you. So, even though I'd never choose to go jogging willingly, I sometimes go with Brooks. Last year, we even completed a 60-day High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) program together, appropriately named "Insanity." Six days a week we ran, jumped, crunched, and balanced our way to better health, which surprisingly produced only one five-minute crying fit (me), and one vomit scare (him). I lost 10 pounds and actually had a flat stomach for a fast minute -- long enough to buy a bikini and feel good wearing it. Proud? Hell yeah.
But would Barry's program stack up? And would I stick to the plan without Brooks working out by my side?
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