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SINGAPORE - As people restart their fitness journeys after two years of working from home during a pandemic, gym owners and doctors recommend dialling down exercise intensity and starting slow.

Says Ms Carol Cabal, managing director of boutique gym Tribody Fitness: "There was some sort of decline in fitness during the pandemic."

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