Total fitness has been described in many ways. Most aptly, perhaps, it involves looking your best, feeling your best, and performing to the best of your ability.
Exercise is a key method of working off stress and tension. But there are many other useful approaches to managing these problems.
Feel like starting slowly? A lot of people don't launch a full-scale program all at once.
In a period of weeks after starting a fitness program—usually 12 to 24—the dedicated person will probably be ready to branch out into a wide variety of more strenuous activities. More diverse types of exercises are likely to seem attractive.
Exercise has been portrayed as a means by which the healthy person can build more health, strength, and fitness. The weight of medical opinion today holds that exercise can and should have an important place in the life of the sick, disabled, or seriously handicapped person.
If men and women are essentially equal, can they take up the same sports? Can they participate in the same exercise regimens?
The he wise parent finds out about his child's physical needs and capabilities and tries to provide activity opportunities that match them. The unwise parent tries to force the child into an activity mold in which the child feels uncomfortable or downright embarrassed.
Young muscles that are not used come to resemble the muscles of the aged. To a very considerable extent, the reverse of that statement is also true: symptoms of aging may in fact be symptoms of disuse.