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    what you feel your body with

    Hello everyone,

    A doctor is giving advice on how to feel more happy.

    Surround yourself with people who are supportive and they don't just have to tell you good things
    but you know that they have your back. It doesn't have to be ten people it could be one, it could be two...
    and also you know, you can't get away from exercise. Can't get away from, you know, what you feel your body with.

    As I understand, "can't get away from" means "you can't avoid doing that, you should do that".
    But what does "what you feel your body with" mean?

    Thank you

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    Re: what you feel your body with

    I don't understand that part either. The rest of it makes sense but you can only feel your body with your hands!
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: what you feel your body with

    Well, I tried to find the phrase in question on the net and found only one example.
    It seems to be from a native speaker, and the context is somewhat similar to the one in my example, but I still don't understand that phrase.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Fit-L...65214710159076

    Happy Tuesday! Wow, this quote is so true! Working out generally takes one hour out of your day
    and the rest of the challenge lies with what you feel your body with.
    Do you track what goes in and out?? In order to lose weight you need to be at a calorie deficit!

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