I used to think fitness was optional, but now I think fitness is integral to my life...
I think fitness is the lifelong preservation of our bodies. We work with our bodies to understand them better and help ourselves have a healthier happier life. Fitness is something that we should live with lifelong because as we get older, our bodies find it harder to put in effort. If we take care of our bodies from an early age, then, when we get older, fitness would be a matter of adjusting to our effort level.
Fitness is like a bird trapped in a cage. If you keep it in, it is a meek creature, but once you let it go, it soars high into the sky, healthy and free.
Keeping our bodies fit lifelong is our responsibility. This is because our bodies work hard to accommodate our lifestyles, so we should train our bodies become stronger and make it easier to carry out daily tasks, such as breathing. Keeping our bodies fit lifelong is also a very easy matter. According to our daily tasks, we should adjust how hard we work out. We should also keep in mind that as we age, our maximum heart rates come down, so we should have workouts that help us reach our target heart rate, but not go over it.
Fitness is like medicine, you may not like it, but you will need it all your life.
This is why I think that one of the fitness articles I found online, about the Fitness Age Test, is very important. This is a test that helps us find out the age of our bodies. Scientists have conducted several tests and taken a lot data to make an online test that helps us determine the age of our bodies. The lesser our age, the better shape we are keeping our bodies in. I think this is an important step in lifelong fitness because it helps us see how well we are treating our bodies and helps us understand how to incorporate lifelong fitness into our lives so that we can keep our bodies “younger.”