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The content in this book is written by Kayla Itsines and Fresh Fitness. The information is designed to help individuals within the specified market progress towards their health and fitness goals. It is not specifically tailored to suit any injuries, health problems or any other problems that could be aggravated with low, moderate or high intensity physical exercise. If you are an individual with such problems please seek the help of GP, Personal Trainer or similar health professional. The materials and content contained in “Kayla Itsines Healthy Bikini Body Guide” are for general health improvement recommendations only and are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Although in depth information and specific exercises are given, users of this specific program should not rely exclusively on information provided in this program for their own health needs as it is branded as a set of “guidelines” aimed at a

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