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I don’t work out too much, though I should.  As such, when spinning became a fitness fad, I had no idea what it was.

I learned about the spinning that had captivated the masses the hard way—by being roped into it by a friend. 


Now, blinky lights and hot women on stationary bikes are all good by me.  It’s like clubbing—minus the bar.  But when the drinks are wheat grass and protein supplements, it sounds like exercise in my book, and that’s just plain no good.

We here at Fix-It-Yourself have a different idea of what spinning is all about.  And we wouldn’t be who we are if there weren’t power tools involved.  These ads should give you a good idea of what I’m talkin’ about:

See.  Like a nightclub—minus the flashy lights and babes.  But, I’ll bet there’s a cooler of beer somewhere nearby.

Don’t think spinning has to be confined to indoors:

It’s easy to see how our version of spinning can be bad for your health, unlike the original version which is supposed to be good for your health.

I highly recommend that we avoid spinning—of all types.  We’ll probably live longer that way .  .  . 

by John Barker

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