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A. No benefits of any nature shall be payable for any worker injured or killed if the injury or incident occurred as a result of the worker’s voluntary participation in an off-duty, recreational, social, or athletic activity not constituting part of the worker’s work-related duties, except where these activities are expressly required by the employer.

B. No benefits under this Act shall be payable to any worker if the injury, occupational disease, or death arises from participation in voluntary physical fitness activities during the regular workday, regardless of whether the worker is or is not compensated for the time in which the physical fitness activities take place. ONCA 12-76, eff. Oct. 1, 2012.