Sep 10, 2001

Worked out.

I just got back from the gym. One hour of sweaty socks and exasperated muscles. Now, while waiting for the water to heat, I do some net zapping and find this article that says it only takes 15 minutes a day and no sweat to get into shape. It's called QUICK FIT and was invented by some guy named Rick Bradley.

Quick Fit sessions comprise four components, Bradley explains: cardiovascular, abdominal strength, upper body strength and total body flexibility. It's accomplished through 10 minutes of brisk walking on the treadmill, then five minutes devoted to the following: 50 bent-knee half-sit-ups, one minute of stretching and 10 repetitions each of pull-ups, chin-ups and dips on a machine that can be adjusted to each person's fitness level. Beginners start with fewer repetitions but quickly advance to the full Quick Fit regime.


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