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IT'S MORE FUN TO BE FIT

needlessly increases the pumping load that the heart must sustain. The less superfluous lard that you carry around with you, the easier job your heart has. The useless burden carried to a degree by every overweight man and woman is recognized as one of the principal factors in premature death.
If you are accumulating pads of fat around hips and abdomen, or if your once-lean arm and leg muscles are becoming suety, you must decrease your intake of starches and fats, and take regular exercise. Not violent week-ends of golf and tennis or sporadic outbursts of squash, but a daily drill that becomes as much a part of your life as brushing your teeth. The six exercises shown here, if performed every morning on rising, will not only strengthen the diaphragm and lungs but will also take off a pound a week.
Exercise should be regarded as tribute to the heart. This marvelous organ-which is a tough bundle of muscles-thrives on a good workout, and no person free of organic heart trouble need fear that exercise will strain it. More hearts have failed from flabby degeneration than from overexercise. If you're in doubt about the advisability of exercising regularly, see your family doctor and have him check you over.
You can buy substitutes for exercise in any drugstore-headache powders, antacids, laxatives, pick-me-ups-which promise to confer priceless blessings. But you need never buy them again. You will not need the false stimulation of benzedrine or the pain-killing effects of aspirin; you can shake off your dependence on habitforming laxatives and overcome the acid torments of heartburn if you spend 15 minutes every day in exercise.
Today exercise is a voluntary effort that all civilized men and women should make toward physical perfection-a quickening, cleansing discipline that does for the body what prayer does for the spirit. Stimulated by it, our life-flame burns with a clearer ray; nothing seems hopeless or impossible, and we are charged with the joy of being wholly alive.

Copyright 1942, The Reader's Digest Assn., Inc. (The Reader's Digest, February, '42)

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