Gym ISAs for Newbies

What if gyms had some sort of ISA (Income Share Agreement) for newbies.

Most kids get into fitness when they are of age 16–20.

But they start with the wrong form, technique, exercise, and diet. Most importantly, they lose motivation after some time, witness a drop in results, and in many cases, stop working out. They need someone to motivate them to push, they need someone to spot when leveling up and…

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Product Manager • previously @Microsoft • Musings at prashantbagga.com

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Prashant Bagga

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Product Manager • previously @Microsoft • Musings at prashantbagga.com

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