Schools of thought in both the West and East (specifically, India's Ayurveda) put people into three camps: muscular/athletic, slender/quick, or curvy/steady. You probably lean toward one grouping, but "most people are hybrids," explains Barrett. "You'll often have both a primary and secondary type." Each category has its strengths, and the optimal fitness plan capitalizes on these while also helping you to balance out your weaknesses.
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