Fitness is expressed visually. It’s something you can see.
After all, if you’re lean and toned or at a healthy bodyweight then you must be fit, right?
Not so fast.
When it comes to defining health and fitness, physical appearance is not the most important thing.
I believe that your body should ultimately serve you and allow you to live a high quality life.
That that sink in for a moment. It’s a far different story than what’s on the cover of practically every health and fitness magazine which promises to reveal “secrets”, the best exercises, tips for getting rid of cellulite, and super-foods for fat loss.
Bottom line – health and fitness should not be solely about how you look. There are more important factors to consider and as a result “health and fitness” should be redefined.
Why? Because things aren’t working, or not working as well as they should.