Smart Total Body Fitness Tips

August 7, 2011 by  
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Smart Total Body Fitness Tips

Article by Tim McGee

Complete body conditioning.   Anybody who has read about getting well conditioned can tell you to get in better fitness needs a healthy, sensible diet and exercise.  To retain that hard earned level of shape requires commitment, a lot of strength.  For most people it is just too much time, too difficult, and for many other reasons that strength burns out. 

The business world.  The basis of any sound business transaction is the contract.  Contract terms are drafted, altered and eventually agreed upon between all parties.  The contract’s length may be very short lived or be of indefinite duration.   Breaching the contract’s stipulated terms carries a very wide range of consequences.

Total body fitness meets the business world.  Think of yourself as being one party and getting in better condition, and staying in better condition, as another party.  Try drawing up a contract between yourself and achieving a higher level of fitness.  The contract’s aim, or what the contract offers, is to lose weight for the benefit of reaching and maintaining a higher level of fitness.  The contract’s terms are based upon two elements:  diet and exercise.  The contract’s most important element is its length.  To keep the weight off, which means keeping a higher level of condition, this contract must be lifetime in nature.

This I am sure reads as being too unattainable, perhaps too extreme.  Agreeing to a lifetime contract that says you must adhere to a rigorous diet and exercise routine?  Yea, right!   I do not want any reader to infer this at all.  What I want the reader to infer is that this is a long term, changing, and flexible contract. 

     When I was twenty six I had slowly put on about fifty pounds over a five year period.  The weight gains and losses were very common.  Being athletic I love to exercise and back then I entered into many running, biking, and triathlon events.  Most of the time keeping the weight off was easy.  But having greater eating and drinking abilities ensured me that that fifty pounds was lasting and would definitely increase.

     That’s when I decided to lose the weight, and keeping the weight off my number one aim.  That was twenty years ago.  Most of that fifty pounds has been lost and kept off even though today I am not nearly as physically active.  The weight loss was attained by telling myself two extremely important facts and it has been kept off by what was first a goal that evolved into a lifetime contract.  To sum it up I developed a smart fitness ideology.

About the Author

Tim McGee has thirty years extensive fitness and weight control experience and knows the willpower needed to lose weight, keep the weight off, and maintain a level of excellent physical condition.  To read more fitness pointers visit

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