“She liked to read things about fitness, and she realized that being fit was important for her well-being,” Zahau-Loehner says.
fitness junkies have slurped the stuff to drop pounds for years.
And while many turn to yoga for fitness, there might be more to the practice than developing toned limbs and a calm mind.
The CrossFit-ification of American religion is not just a question of fitness, though, or even of group bonding in general.
Her groom, Daniel Westling, was an unusual choice: they met when he was her fitness coach.
If it had been true, however, it would have offended your sense of the fitness of things.
What his qualifications, his fitness and his position in the science world of Philadelphia?
Two persons, who were already in the society, were obliged to vouch on oath for the fitness of the candidate to be admitted.
Quality, temperament, fitness, poise had nothing to do with his selection.
Dignity, fitness, one's rightful place in life have their claims.
fitness fit·ness (fĭt'nĭs)
The state or condition of being physically sound and healthy, especially as the result of exercise and proper nutrition.
A state of general mental and physical well-being.
The state of being suitably adapted to an environment.