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FITNESS FUNDAMENTALS MAKING A COMMITMENT You have taken the important first step on the path to physical fitness by seeking information The next step is to decide that you are going to be physically fit This pamphlet is designed to help you reach that decision and your goal The decision to carry out a physical fitness program cannot be taken lightly It requires a lifelong commitment of time and effort Exercise must become one of those things that you do without question like bathing and brushing your teeth Unless you are convinced of the benefits of fitness and the risks of unfitness you will not succeed Patience is essential Dont try to do too much too soon and dont quit before you have a chance to experience the rewards of improved fitness You cant regain in a few days or weeks what you have lost in years of sedentary living but you can get it back if your persevere And the prize is worth the price In the following pages you will find the basic information you need to begin and maintain a personal physical fitness program These guidelines are intended for the average healthy adult It tells you what your goals should be and how often how long and how hard you must exercise to achieve them It also includes information that will make your workouts easier safer and more satisfying The rest is up to you DEFINING FITNESS Physical fitness is to the human body what fine tuning is to an engine It enables us to perform up to our potential Fitness can be described as a condition that helps us look feel and do our best More specifically it is The ability to perform daily tasks vigorously and alertly with energy left over for enjoying leisure- time activities and meeting emergency demands It is the ability to endure to bear up to withstand stress
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