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Help! I Want to Get Fit! [Secure eReader]
eBook by Katie Bircher & Katie Goodwin

eBook Category: Health/Fitness/Self Improvement
eBook Description: People who have got themselves fit will tell you that, "I just feel so much better" often with a slightly bemused look in their eyes. Can physical fitness make you feel like a more complete person? Are you really more likely to feel better about yourself, because you do four classes a week at your local gym? This light-hearted guide to getting fit answers these questions and more.

eBook Publisher: Summersdale Publishers Ltd/Summersdale Self Help, Published: 2005
Fictionwise Release Date: March 2005




People who have got themselves fit will tell you that, "I just feel so much better" often with a slightly bemused look in their eyes. Can physical fitness make you feel like a more complete person? Are you really more likely to feel better about yourself, because you do four classes a week at your local gym? Neither of us are scientists with surveys and statistics at our fingertips but the answer from our own experience has to be an emphatic "YES". In the year 4BC Plato argued that his students should be sent "to the master of gymnastics in order that their bodies may better minister to the virtuous mind." Similarly, in the year 2BC, Galen asserted that "exercise is recommended which contributes to the health of the body and to the harmonious functioning of the parts and to the strength of the soul." In modern times, there have been over a hundred separate studies, which have statistically established the correlation between a happy and satisfactory state of mind and good physical health. Put simply, if you feel good physically then you're more likely to feel both mentally and emotionally healthier.


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