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The room has any equipment for you to attain a level of physical fitness that exceeds your brother's.


The room has any equipment to attain a level of physical fitness that exceeds your brother's.


I am wondering if both means the same thing. I thought about using "for you", but it sounds overly contrived and sounds really weird, but without "for you" it sounds incorrect, because it sounds like we're saying the room will attain the level of physical fitness...


Sorry for the horrible example sentence.

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