If you're like millions of Americans (myself included), then weight loss tops your list of New Year's Resolutions. Here's a little motivation, courtesy of the President's Council for Physical Fitness, circa 1981.
Each of these fitness-encouraging public service announcements revolves around a member of the family sharing good fitness news or resolving a crisis with Mother Fitt, who seems to be getting closer to a nervous breakdown with each successive track. With a grandfather who struts around town in his pajamas, a husband who's working out with "that cute Miss Willoughby," a son who's name nobody can remember (he's referred to as both Frankie and Freddy), and a daughter who can't get a date, who can blame her?
Production credit goes to Lowengard and Brotherhood. Jerry Lowengard ran an agency that specialized in political ads, so the writing and production is a cut above most PSAs, even if they simply sped up the intro track to make it fit a 30-second spot. "Team Spirit" is the most flagrant example.