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Interestingly, the definition of physical fitness has evolved from being focused primarily on athletic performance to include the modern health-related aspects.

The reason for this evolution is because fitness or being fit can be a bit complex or abstract even; hence, the reason for so many different definitions. For instance, government health agencies and other organizations define

physical fitness differently although they do agree on certain aspects.


To get some clarification on the definition, you have to first understand that the definition of fitness is comprised of two separate parts. And including both parts makes the definition more accurate. As a matter of fact, the most accepted definition includes a general or health-related fitness component as well as a specific or performance/skill-related fitness (the ability to perform specific aspects of sports or tasks) component. So a definition falls short when it only uses one part.

Let’s elaborate on the two parts of the definition.

Some argue that physical fitness should be measured through the use of some type of criteria (for  the health-related components of physical fitness). Health-related or general fitness comprises those components of fitness that exhibit a relationship with health status as a result of regular exercise, proper diet and nutrition, and proper rest for physical recovery within necessary parameters. In other words, being in a quality state of health and well-being.

On the other hand, some say physical fitness should be measured through a population-based norm defined by specific achievement scores on various fitness tests that represent desired health standards (for the performance/skill-related components of fitness). Performance/skill-related or specific fitness is a person’s ability to perform in a specific activity with a reasonable efficiency such as sports or other physical tasks.

Therefore, a good general definition of physical fitness is “Good health combined with proper physical development. In other words, a body that is easily able to fight sickness along with a proportionally defined physique.”

However, a better definition might be “A set of attributes that are either health related or performance (or skill) related. Health-related fitness comprises those components of fitness that exhibit a relationship with health status. Performance/skill-related fitness involves those components of fitness that enable optimal work or sport performance.”

Now after saying all of that, it needs to be stated that it’s not very useful to try and define physical fitness as one, and only one, all-encompassing definition because of the very nature of the concepts involved in defining physical fitness. (And, thoroughly explaining those concepts goes further than the scope of this article.)

On a final note, most government health agencies and exercise scientists, are in fact in agreement that physical fitness can be divided into the following types (known as the 5 components of fitness): body composition, cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, muscular strength, and muscular endurance. Because each of these components can be assessed, quantified and measured to give a general idea of a person’s physical fitness level.

Know that some sources might discuss agility, balance, coordination, and speed along with the 5 components of fitness to help clarify the picture of establishing someone’s fitness level. In addition, you may also find that some sources include mental and emotional health as an important part of overall fitness.


Despite the way it feels, losing weight isn't a mysterious process. It's a simple matter of burning more calories than you eat. But, if it were really that simple, none of us would have a weight problem, would we? Weight loss can be such a struggle that we start thinking we have to do something drastic to see results. Make small changes each and every day and you'll slowly (but surely) lose those extra pounds. The key is to forget about instant results and settle in for the long run.

First of all, lot of water in take, at least 8 to 10 glasses of water everyday, but before sleeping if you add 1 teaspoon isabgol to 1 glass of water, it flushes out all the toxins from your body and you won't suffer from either acidity or gas problem.

It's every woman's inner desire to look beautiful and slim. But not everyone are able to, and after a passage of time, they start gaining more and more weight leading to obesity and also inviting lot of health problems like high blood pressure, diabetes, heart problem and so on. Every woman after 30 years should take care of herself and try to indulge in various physical activities. The more you are involved in physical activity, the more fit you are.

The best is having a long walk early in the morning, or cycling. Swimming is also one of the best exercise to stay fit. Any outdoor games like badminton, basketball are also good. Yoga is the best form of exercise and can be done in the house too. Along with exercise, I would suggest some homemade recipe for losing weight, which has been used by many and they have succeeded in losing their weight.

Woman's weight gain.

Gaining weight and women may sound like a bad combination, but in actuality, there are many women out there who want and need to gain healthy weight. Gaining women for the naturally thin woman can be difficult. There is simply not enough legitimate information out there JUST FOR WOMEN because society focuses is either on gaining weight through extreme body building (mainly geared towards men) and the programs out there fore women mainly focus on weight loss. Not surprisingly, thousands of women are seeking healthy diets and fitness routines that will help them build body mass and curves. Despite what someone may have told you, it is possible to gain weight, and in the right places in spite of your fast metabolism, poor eating habits, or genetics.

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