Fitness is not what you see on social media or in magazines. That’s someone else’s definition.
Fitness for you is what you need to get through your day-to-day life and to do so for many years to come.
You don’t need six-pack abs to chase your kids around the backyard, but you do need strength and energy if you want to play with your grandkids in a similar fashion.
Squatting a 300-pound barbell would be great, but not necessary to be a hairstylist. Having a strong lower back and some definition in your quads can help you cut hair with relative ease for the next 30 years though.
Whatever your definition of fitness ends up being, you know it’s not going to just happen.
Create your definition of fitness today, and then a plan for how you can get started on it tomorrow.