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Sweaty Hugs at Bookends Festival

Prepare for ‘Sweaty Hugs’ at Benderloch’s Bookends Festival – a new book exploring how free fitness is changing lives.

Written by first time author Kathleen Anderson, this book explores everything from mental health to community building, homesickness to belonging. ‘It will make you laugh, cry and inspire you to get your trainers on and find some free fitness,’ writes Kathleen.

The author – a Scot and fitness-phobe – first came across free fitness movements in Boston, Massachusetts. With humour and insight she examines three core benefits of engaging in free fitness – community, culture and mindset – while retelling her story of finding fitness and the difference it made to her through funny and honest blog exerts.

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