The Art of Fitness
The art of fitness is in the eye of the beholder.
It could mean art of the body moving or seeing the body in motion. It could mean how the body responds to exercise or seeing how it adapts to exercises. The art can be in a contraction or an exercise. It could be the pose that you do for countless hours and feel then amazing that you worked so hard and achieved getting that particular pose. It could mean your favorite exercise. It could be just the simple art of the body. That's what I love about it. It is all how you perceive your art.
To me it is all those things. Here are a few things to keep in mind when creating your fitness plan in order to reach your art of fitness that will sculpt your body into a piece of art.
Meaning of art:
1. The art of anything is the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as a painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.
2. The Various branches of creative activity, such as painting music literature and dance.
3. Subjects of study primarily concern with the processes and products of human creativity and social life, such as languages literature and history. As contrasted with scientific or technical subjects.
4. A skill at doing a specified thing, typically one acquired through practice.
5. Skill acquired by experience, study, or observation.
Meaning of Fitness:
1. The Condition of being physically fit and healthy.
2. The quality of being suitable to fulfill a role or task.
3. An organism’s ability to survive and reproduce in an environment.
4. The quality or state of being fit.
You must incorporate the 10 components of health and skill to achieve the optimal fitness level or plan.
Components of Health:
5 Health Related
5 Skill Related
I don't like the word manipulate, but you need to manipulate the Principles of Training to reach your goals as well.
Principles of training
Time or Duration
The Art of Fitness is seeing your body evolve to be the best version of yourself. To continually grow to meet new goals and measurements. To go beyond those goals and realize, "I didn’t think my body could do this or look like this or, even better, feel like this." After understanding how the body works and responds to exercise, that is where the art of fitness is.