Leave all the afternoon for exercise and recreation, which are as necessary as reading.  I will rather say more necessary because health is worth more than learning.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Thomas Jefferson


While I’ve never seen an oil painting featuring Thomas Jefferson’s washboard abs, I’d have to agree with his sentiment.  During this season, we tend to take stock of the year, count our blessings and look ahead as the New Year looms.  Dreams of a better “everything” fill our busy minds as we count the days to Christmas with an Advent calendar of chocolate and an extra glass of wine.  Will this be the year for a promotion? A new baby? Or just of being your own boss?


One thing is for sure - every gym in America will have a line of America’s Biggest Loser wanna-bes waiting around the corner.  While going to a gym is fine for some, others choose to sweat it out in the privacy of their own homes, outdoors or with a trainer.  To each their own; as long as you commit to be fit.  Or at least that’s the sentiment to the Lifestyle Fitness trainers from Iowa featured in Whooptee.com’s photo submission contest.  They believe in positive reinforcement and that hard work is its own reward; and to show that unity among their clients, they ordered custom t-shirts.  Take a look at their team of clients hitting the weights in their awesome looking t-shirts.  (https://www.facebook.com/CommitToBeFit.LifestyleFitness.)


If you have a special group in mind, check out group t-shirts online!  We take orders from 1 custom shirt  to 1,000; check out our templates that make it easy to design your own shirt -without being an expert.

How will you inspire your favorite group? Every time these fitness fanatics put on this shirt, it reminds them to Commit to Be Fit  . . . and soon they’ll have to order new shirts . . . . In smaller sizes.

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