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Fitness Campaign Trades Squats For Subway Rides [Video]

Fitness Campaign Trades Squats For Subway Rides [Video]
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Citizens in Moscow can pay for their subway tickets by performing various exercises.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 12 november 2013

No change for a subway ticket? No problem. That is, if you’re in the city of Moscow, where riders can pay for their tickets with squats.

As part of its campaign to promote the upcoming Winter Olympic Games, which opens in February 2014, and promote a healthier lifestyle, city officials are offering free subway rides in exchange for 30 squats. A single ride costs 30 rubles, thus the 30 squats.

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