An article in Everydayhealth.com by K. Aleisha Fetters (reviewed by Samuel Mackenzie, M.D., Ph.D.) addresses what it means to be fit. She says the dictionary definition is “sound physically and mentally.”

She also quotes certified strength training specialist Grayson Wickham, “For me, fitness is first and foremost about feeling good and being able to move without pain.”

Betsy Meyer is a member of the Community Wellness Connection and Physical Fitness Task Force groups, both affiliates of Healthy Adams County

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