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This week's question: A nationwide fitness chain has banned cable news from the TV sets in its gym, saying today's toxic political environment is bad for people's health. If a fitness instructor were to devise a workout routine in which incensed gym goers burn calories while raging at cable news, what catchy name could it give the new fitness regime?

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RESULTS:

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THE WINNER: "Bickeram Yoga"

Kevin Gillogly, Thousand Oaks, Calif.

SECOND PLACE: "Bileates"

Phyllis Klein, New York City

THIRD PLACE: "KickFoxing"

Jake Miller, Camp Hill, Pa.

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

"All the News, with Fits and Sprints"

Rick Torrence, The Village, Okla.

"Meet the Bench Press"

Karen Rockwell, Huntington Woods, Mich.

"Lunges at the TV"

Ken Kellam III, Dallas

"Spinning with CNN"

Cory Frederick, San Ramon, Calif.

"The O'Riled Factor"

Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh

"Crossfire training"

Jeffrey Silk, Doylestown, Pa.

"Hissyfit"

Greg Benson, Athens, Ga.

"Chase the Fox"

Al Caldwell, Waukegan, Ill.

"Primal Screen Training"

Ken Liebman, Williston

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