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IT'S MORE FUN TO BE FIT

By Gene Tunney
Lieut.- Commander, U. S. N. R.; author of "Arms for Living"

PHYSICAL flabbiness has always seemed to me a criminal, even sacrilegious abuse of that wonderful instrument, the human body. Ever since boyhood I've made a religion of keeping in shape by regular, conscientious exercise. Adhering to a high ideal of stamina and endurance has paid me dividends not only in the prize ring but in the almost equally grueling struggle of everyday life.
To enjoy the glow of good health, you must exercise. I don't recommend that you develop bulging biceps or go in for exhausting roadwork and bag-punching. But I do say that, if you will regularly devote 15 minutes a day, preferably before breakfast, for 6o days to the simple set of exercises that I devised for conditioning men in the Navy, I guarantee that you will enjoy increased physical buoyancy and mental vigor. Perform them faithfully and you can take puffy inches off your waistline, recondition unused muscles, feel better, work better and live longer.
The man who has allowed his body to deteriorate cuts a pitiful figure-chest collapsed, stomach protruding. His sagging diaphragmt forces his visceral apparatus out of place, hindering digestive and eliminative processes. He tires easily and complains that he feels like the breaking up of a hard winter.
The first thing this human mealsack must learn is proper posture, the basis of all physical conditioning. "Head up, chin in, chest out,

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