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Can we hack our aversion to exercise?

Employers can help workers improve their health with incentives. Flex time can also mean workday workouts.

IT’S 2050 AND YOU NEVER THINK about going to the gym. While your neighbor gets in a high-intensity interval-training workout in her self-driving car on the way to the office, you unlock a public bike and pedal along miles of a safe, traffic-free path to get to work. Throughout the day, your boss holds walking meetings, and you earn extra vacation time by completing health and fitness challenges over

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