Molly Setnick, right, leading a workout at her studio, Crowbar Cardio, says fun is a motivator, but people still need to make a commitment to exercise. Photos by Louis DeLuca/Dallas Morning News/TNS
Molly Setnick, right, leading a workout at her studio, Crowbar Cardio, says fun is a motivator, but people still need to make a commitment to exercise. Photos by Louis DeLuca/Dallas Morning News/TNS Louis DeLuca TNS
Molly Setnick, right, leading a workout at her studio, Crowbar Cardio, says fun is a motivator, but people still need to make a commitment to exercise. Photos by Louis DeLuca/Dallas Morning News/TNS Louis DeLuca TNS

Does your workout have to be fun to work?

February 01, 2016 04:56 PM

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