Now, letís look at physical conditioning.

Almost any sport, or workout, will do a lot to keep those muscles tuned and tingling. Pursue any that appeals to you - tennis, backpacking, handball, in-line skating, swimming, brisk walking, bicycling, rock climbing, or golf - and youíve met the first requirement of conditioning.

Remember: Itís important to keep those muscles working on a regular schedule and for 30 minutes, minimum, per workout, at least three times weekly. You say youíd like to add three days of exercise or an especially vigorous summer sport to your schedule only thereís so much work, and youíre so busy, and you donít have the time and. . . and nonsense. Take the case of Paula Zuckerman, a Manhattanite whoís also a dedicated skier. Knowing there are times when she canít go for a fast 3-mile walk she makes it a practice to trudge up and down from her apartment three times daily. Of course, she only lives on the 17th floor, so itís no great strain.

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