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EARLY one dark and dreary January morning a year ago, Alison Vaughan, 36, a director of an art and design firm, dragged herself to the gym. Joining the gym for the first time was her New Year resolution. Her gym instructor, Jeremy, had brown hair, a toned, lithe body and a cheeky smile. And the fact that he was ten years younger than her, charming and devastatingly attractive certainly helped motivate Alison in her bid to get fit. Before she knew it, he had not only talked her into agreeing to do three gym sessions a week, but also persuaded her to get up at 6am for a personal cardio workout. At Pounds 25 an hour three times a week, it was an expensive hobby, but she reasoned that if it had worked for celebrities such as Kate Beckinsale, it would work for her.
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It all went down in the ladies' locker room. Seven women, all members of the same Connecticut fitness club and all clients of the same male and—one can assume—rather handsome personal trainer, finally put two and two together. A catfight ensued. The trainer lost his job; the seven women, a good measure of their dignity. It sounds like one of those modern myths—that, or an old Sex and the City episode buried somewhere in our collective cultural subconscious.