Ontario Today | May 22, 2014 | 51:37

Are you exercising too much?

Mike Sheridan, fitness trainer and author of Eat Meat And Stop Jogging: Common Advice On How To Get Fit Is Keeping You Fat And Making You Sick, argues you can do more for yourself by doing less.

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