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- n. good physical condition; being in shape or in condition
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Because of the sedentary nature of the Spider’s job, the department had excused him from the minimum physical fitness standards set for field officers.
Now, in this year of his death, I recognize that he was right, and I believe that there is no one, on whom the lesson of the Atrocious War has not been lost, who does not believe in his gospel of military training, both for its value in promoting physical fitness and health and in providing the country with competent defenders.
Just as Nitro pioneered a unique and powerful kind of physical fitness and confidence, I hope that with this book Dan Clark will lead others away from becoming victimized by a cycle that will destroy their health and happiness.
“A gym is a very intimidating place when you’ve never been into physical fitness and you are the largest person there,” says Terane.