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Marylin is a fitness counselor at Gainesville Health & Fitness in Gainesville, Florida. She has been working in the fitness industry all her life, starting at the age of fourteen years old teaching tumbling at Clewiston Community Fitness Center in Clewiston, Florida. She has also been very involved in community service from a young age, such as: counseling adolescents, housing orphaned children, conserving the environment, teaching the illiterate, praying with the homeless, feeding the hungry, and singing to the sick. Her education includes a Bachelor of Art in pre-law from Palm Beach Atlantic University, a Master of Art in history from the University of Texas, and Juris-Doctorate studies from Florida Coastal School of Law. Her content comes from a compilation of her life's work, as well as a passion to inspire entire communites of people to be the best they can be.

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