Some Guide About Fit Do You Need to Be

The next blog posts will be about my travels and my thoughts on the subject. Part of it will be devoted to science and a large part to my opinion and personal experience, because I have touched on this topic in my personal life for many reasons. Bear with me and I hope you all enjoy the way I explain it and why.

Where to start? I still don’t know. My fitness life has changed, evolved and continues to evolve. The vast majority of people come to the gym to get rid of unwanted body fat, feel better, have more energy and lead a healthy lifestyle. But what does this mean? The boundaries between health and fitness often contradict each other. Because some people aspire to a high level of fitness, they are probably less healthy. It all depends on your health. So, I think that’s where we’re going to start. What is health?

The dictionary definition of health is “the state of freedom from health problems”.”There is a lot to analyze and I need a few blog posts to do it.

In the world of functional fitness and CrossFit, health is defined as “increased performance in a wide range of periods, modals and ages”. Working capacity is the ability to perform the actual work of the body, which is measured by force x distance / time. Thus, body fitness is the ability to work in as many areas as possible. Thus, from the point of view of health, your ability to maintain body shape is measured.”It’s a mouth full of information and it can be difficult to understand and digest. Essentially, with such a definition, you will not be considered healthy if you cannot do the work. For example, in the field of functional fitness and CrossFit, someone who can run 5 km in less than 20 minutes but who cannot perform pull-ups or deadlifts may be a good runner, but he is not healthy or bodily fit. They are limited in their ability to work. On the other hand, a person who can lift cravings twice as heavy as his body, but who cannot run a mile without walking is also not healthy or fit.

Interestingly, CrossFit athlete/coach Adam Klink ran a mile in less than 5 minutes, then lost 500 pounds the same day. In the world of sports performance, this was considered impossible. Is this person the pinnacle of health and fitness? Matt Fraser, TIA Toomey or a lot of other crazy CrossFit athletes?

By reflecting on the definition of CrossFit health, following and observing many great athletes in the CrossFit industry, I can understand why the last ten years of my functional training journey have led my mind to a results-oriented thought process. And in this mental process, my current struggle is that I am trying to achieve health and lead an optimal life.

In my quest for performance, when I was a little over twenty years old, I neglected the theoretical hierarchy of an athlete’s development to achieve an optimal state of health and body fitness. I left the reason behind it without attention and I was not able to recognize, implement and train my body correctly according to energy systems and taking into account stressors and other things that happen with developing life. I’m here today to talk about this because I was questioning my own thoughts, beliefs and goals when it comes to health and fitness.

Next week I will detail how I continue to develop my thoughts on the health pyramid as it relates to my current life and how I want to help people lead a healthy and fit lifestyle. Here is a picture of my health and fitness.

The next blog posts will be about my travels and my thoughts on the subject. Part of it will be devoted to science and a large part to my opinion and personal experience, because I have touched on this topic in my personal life for many reasons. Bear with me and I hope you all…

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