Living Large with Gary Montague

Exorcise Your Exercise

Posted August 25th, 2009

Introduction to a Series

I was checking out Guy LaBrusciano’s Fitness The Right Way the other day and he’s got all these “great” ideas for exercises to help you get or stay fit. In other words, he’s trying to kill everyone. I’ll explain.

When I was a younger man, I remember watching a Jane Fonda workout video. I wasn’t doing the exercises. I was just watching the girls doing the exercises (though I was getting my own “workout” of sorts). Anyway, shortly after I had finished MY workout, I watched further and I remember Ms. Fonda saying, “Don’t forget to breathe.”

Wait! What? Don’t forget to breathe? You mean I might die doing your workout? Well, no thanks, Ms. Fonda. No thanks at all. On that day I swore off exercising for good – though I did watch the video many more times.

Some people think that all there is to avoiding exercise is just not exercising. That’s like saying that all there is to making crystal meth is just living in a trailer park. Not so.
The real key to removing exercise from your life for real is in avoiding not only those activities which are most commonly considered exercise, but also removing the activities that could “act” as exercise. Now look, I know there’s no way to get rid of all the physical activity in your life. But with my help, I’m sure we can get REALLY close.

There’s all kinds of tricks that I’ve picked up along the way in keeping your motion to an absolute minimum. And in future entries in this series I will share these all with you.
Sure, you can do the exercises that Mr. LaBrusciano tells you to do over at Fitness The Right Way – if you’re one of those people who thinks things like living longer and looking better are important.

But if you’re like me, you’ll pay close attention to what I have to say and see a whole new world of possibilities will open up to you that will require little to no physical activity.

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