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December 29, 2012


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I'm curious how much guy #1 spent on his gym membership. That will cut in on that 6%. You can exercise on the cheap, but it takes more dedication and creativity :)

I love this. I credit "exercise induced productivity boosts all the time. I had no idea it was a measurable thing!

And a 10%good boost for women, wow!

I think this is not true. They've confused correlation and causation.

Highly productive people are more likely to exercise regularly not the other way around. Also higher earners are going to have more disposable income available to put towards the cost of exercise. Again the higher earnings are the cause of the exercise not the reverse.

I don't think it matters your size. It all depends on the company and if they want to reward their employees.

For people with ADD, regular exercise helps them concentrate and work more effectively. For one of my sons that has been very true. Research shows that regular exercise helps thinking, combats depression and improves self-confidence. I think someone who is fit - not skinny - commands more attention

That being said, I need to haul myself out of this chair and get moving!


I have come up with some of my best business ideas while working out. Maybe it has something to do with the endorphins?

Want to hit the Gym? Get better pay.

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