A satisfying approach to physical fitness

While at school, I developed a love for sport—running, mountain biking, circuit training (calisthenics). I appreciated the mental refreshment, stimulation, and inspiration these activities gave me, which were especially useful at exam time. Although I didn't realize this until much later, the generally acknowledged benefits of exercise—reshaping one's body, and muscle conditioning in particular—became a god to me as time went on. The desire for an improved body was only accentuated when, during my first months at university in 1993, my eating habits caused my weight to jump 20 percent. Dissatisfied with my appearance, I found my self-confidence beginning to erode.

I had recently started studying Christian Science, and I searched Science and Health at first for a quick fix.

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