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Fit-and-healthy Summary: In my line of work I really try to keep myself in top shape to do the best possible job for my clients. Electrical work can be very demanding so I keep myself in shape with a daily exercise plan and replace my meals with nutritious food and shakes. Here is my routine to stay in shape.

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Sit Ups or Crunches
This keeps my tummy trim and back muscles strong.

Push Ups
Keeps my upper chest muscles in shape.

Very Important for me because this alone keeps my upper legs strong and keeps my back straight and strong which prevents me from throwing my back out.

My favorite Activities are Skiing, Biking and Hiking.

I also start each day with a Special Meal Replacement Shake that gives me energy and does not leave me feeling bloated. If you want my recipe just let me know.
Staying healthy and being fit and trim sure helps the job go easier.
When you take good care of yourself everything seems to go smoother and you will feel much better overall.
When you let yourself get out of shape your work will begin to reflect the way you feel. You'll be tempted to take shot cuts and basically you start getting lazy, and laziness, especially as an electrician can lead to problems and possible hazards.

If your out of shape it's really not that hard to get fit again.
Make sure to walk, ride a bike of jog, even if it's indoor on a small trampoline like I do.
Look at what you eat and make better choices. Lay off the junk food and start eating healthy snacks and drinking good quality juices. Skip the morning donut and cup of coffee and replace it with a whey protein or soy shake instead. There are several sources of great blends of shakes that can fit your condition to help reduce that unwanted flab and help bring you into that body that will fix you much better and help you do a better job.

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