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Vote for the agency with the best gym as part of Federal News Radio's Best of the Federal Government series. Your votes determine the winner!
People who join health clubs at the start of the year tend to stop going by mid-February.
The NASA Glenn Research Center has the best gym in the federal government according to Federal News Radio listeners and readers.
Nominate the agency with the best gym or workout facilities.
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The Consumer Products Safety Commission says there were more than 1,500 reports of people going to emergency rooms after injuring themselves on exercise equipment. The agency estimates that the true number of people who are actually hurt by equipment exceeds 50,000.