Jon Rawlins, 26, used hand weights during a Beastmode aerobics class. He started well, but has been sick and not able to exercise.
Jon Rawlins, 26, used hand weights during a Beastmode aerobics class. He started well, but has been sick and not able to exercise. HERALD-LEADER
Jon Rawlins, 26, used hand weights during a Beastmode aerobics class. He started well, but has been sick and not able to exercise. HERALD-LEADER

Working out didn't work out

January 01, 2014 09:22 AM

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