A level of health in which you have muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, and lean body compositions. Achieved by the regular movement of muscles through a variety of exercises. Maintaining physical fitness is a life-long process and should always be part of your lifestyle. People with disabilities can also reach a measure of physical fitness by doing exercises appropriate for their conditions.
are more likely to be at your ideal weight. have more energy and work without fatigue. are better able to cope with stress. are less likely to be depressed and anxious. are less likely to have psychosomatic diseases and disorders. are less likely to have chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, and obesity-related diabetes. will develop muscle tone. have stronger bones. have a healthy muscles. are better able to relax and sleep well. have better digestion and less constipation have increased lung capacity. have strong heart muscle. are more apt to be socially active. feel better about yourself and your appearance. are more likely to decelerate the aging process. are less likely to have accidents and injuries.
Cardiovascular Muscular Endurance Endurance Muscular Flexibility Strength Body Composition
theability of the heart and lungs to work together to provide the needed oxygen and fuel to the body during sustained workloads.