If you won’t hit the gym merely for the sake of your health and longevity, consider this: You never know when you might need the strength to reel in a world-record fish. Just ask Bernice “Bea” Stark of San Diego, who landed a pending world-record 59-pound white seabass off the coast of Baja. “I go to Curves [Gym] three times a week, and all that work paid off when I hooked this white seabass,” she said. If accepted by the IGFA, Stark’s fish will obliterate the previous 50-pound line-class women’s record of 44 pounds, 3 ounces.