This week's question: A new study found that merely three seconds of resistance training a day could boost sedentary people's biceps by 12 percent. Come up with a name for an exercise program that requires the absolute minimum level of effort.
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THE WINNER: "CrossSit"
Elizabeth Kent, Watertown, Massachusetts
SECOND PLACE: "Chairmaster"
Ivan Kershner, Salem, South Carolina
THIRD PLACE: "Chillates"
Dave Grossman, Petaluma, California
Katelyn Meserve, Contoocook, New Hampshire
"The Beached Body Workout"
Barb Charles, Lebanon, Pennsylvania
"Path of Least Resistance"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas, Texas
Ellen Lawrence, Wyckoff, New York
John Fribley, Goshen, Indiana
Janine Witte, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Hunter Burgan, Los Angeles, California
"Fake a Sweat"
Valerie Kenny, Verona, New Jersey
Lavinia Ycas, Boulder, Colorado
Donald Wallens, Los Angeles, California
Glen Alfredson, Durham, North Carolina
"Noflex Home Gym"
John Bregoli, Weymouth, Massachusetts
William Plakey, Melbourne, Florida
"My Kind of Workout"
Debbie Finger, Hartsdale, New York
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