Personal Fitness is a combination of physical and mental health. It really has nothing to do with weight and strength, but with the ability and capabilities to utilize your full potential in performing vigorous activities throughout the day. This defines your personal fitness. It involves the performance of all parts of the body that can be achieved by proper eating, training, guidance and moderation. We understand what is good for us and have many choices on what to eat, but the practice of moderation can be one of the most useful tools in attaining the best personal fitness for us. Our choices dictate our fitness.
More importantly, personal fitness is a continuum of infinite possibilities for better or worse physical or mental health. To be fit is to achieve a level of health and function that YOU can be satisfied with for your current or future goals. Your personal definition of fitness can change at any time but you can always become more fit (improve your health, physical, and mental ability) for unseen goals even if you already are fit for what you desire. It is possible to be fit in some areas and totally “out of shape” in other parts of your body or life. This is something that will always be changing as we age and modified to our personal goals.