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it makes logical sense: The more you weigh, the more effort it takes to move around and the more calories you ultimately burn. But before you hit the all-you-can-eat burrito bar to add some ballast, consider a weighted vest instead.

“Wearing a vest increases your bodyweight, effectively making you work harder,” says Michael Cummings, CSCS, PT, manager of performance training for SKLZ, a weighted vest manufacturer. “Also, your stabilizing muscles

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