How do you know if you are physically fit?


  1. Pay attention to the amount of weekly exercise you get. If you are fit enough to exercise for at least 120 minutes each week, you are considered fit. Switch up your workouts, challenge yourself, and set a goal of two hours of exercise or more per week. You’ll want to get at least 150 minutes of moderate activity per week. This can include walking briskly or even mowing the lawn. For vigorous activities like running or higher-intensity aerobics, the recommendation is 75 minutes. Try to follow all of these guidelines.

    • If you’re pursuing peak fitness, try to exercise more vigorously when possible (remember to take lots of breaks). If you don’t exercise this much, not to worry—incorporating beneficial interval training is a perfect place to begin a fitness regimen.
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    Try to shop without needing to pause and catch your breath. Have you ever purchased just a few things from the grocery store to then walk back to your car carrying your bags without a cart? That’s an effort worth recognizing. Even pushing a heavy cart without getting out of breath titan fitness bench indicates you’re in decent shape. Are you able you lift all those grocery bags from the trunk to the kitchen counter without being winded? That’s another sign of strength and cardiovascular fitness. It’s a small detail, but it’s a great sign that you’re fit.
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    Pay attention to how you feel. You will know when you are physical fit simply by how you feel. You should feel guilt-free and stress-free. Physical activity should also play a big role in your life. In other words, you should be able to walk up a flight of stairs without feeling winded.
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    Consider your muscular strength. When you think of muscular strength, think of the force that your muscles need to exert during activities. Can you perform everyday tasks with ease and sustain increased periods of exertion? The best way to make your muscles more robust is by pushing them against an opposing object or by doing resistance training. Resistance training can come from gravity or by using weights.

    • To gain muscle strength, lift weights or run up and down the stairs. Muscular strength is the maximum amount of force a muscle can produce. You might want to combine resistance training with walking, jogging, dancing, or bicycling.