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“My ethos is that fitness should always be balanced with a person’s lifestyle to remain sustainable,” says James Stirling, otherwise known as @london_fitness_guy. “It should be accessible and enjoyable, while being tailored to measurable and realistic goals.

On his Instagram, Stirling provides minimal and no-equipment workouts for people to do from home. “My training won’t turn you into a bodybuilder,” he says, “but it’s an accessible style that can be

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