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You need to know your own body well. Like for me it hurts so I don’t do hooks and elbows. You need to tell the trainers! Through these vignettes of my participants and the everyday activities, I illustrate how disciplining of the body is not only part of everyday life at the gym, indeed it is one of the fundamental goals which some individuals seek. We can see, too, how the physical body is not only disciplined by the individual but also surveyed by other social actors. Whether the men are conscious of it or not, the minute detail and knowledge that they display about their own bodies and that of other social actors is atypical of most individuals.
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Parlons Biélorussien : Langue et culture by Virginie Symaniec, Alexandra Goujon