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One Best of Utah award was mistakenly left on the cutting-room floor this year during the production process [“Best of Utah 2012,” March 29, City Weekly]. Here’s what the readers should have read in the Active Life section:

Best Weekday Workouts
Gallivan Center
Finding the time to actually pump iron can seem harder than finding the money to pay for a gym membership. For downtown dwellers and city workers who want to get a bikini bod on the cheap and without extra hassle, the Gallivan Center offers free after-work workouts during the summer. The heart-pumping aerobic exercises are designed to tone chair butt and firm up computer gut. The classes included kettlebells, yoga and Zumba—enough styles to keep boredom and bulge at bay. 239 S. Main, Salt Lake City, 801-535-6110,

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