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to produce. Not only did I get to spend the day with Erin Stern when she was in the office shooting “The Michelangelo of Muscle” (Page 46), but I also had a great time in the chilly outdoors (pretending it wasn’t cold!) shooting the medicine-ball workout (“Med-Ball Mash-Up,” Page 52). I also enjoyed putting this issue together because it’s our

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