The word fitness has taken on a life of its own, and it’s been a hugely popular term in the media for some time now.
However, the word “fit” has a much different meaning, with fitness being an indicator of physical activity levels.
It’s also a good idea to avoid being over-fat, according to a new report from the World Health Organisation (WHO).
A recent study from the WHO has revealed that, although the word fitness is widely used in the UK, it’s actually a very poor indicator of health.
It suggests that it doesn’t accurately reflect the health of the population, with people who are fit being less likely to be healthier.
In fact, the WHO’s new Health Gap Report has shown that a “healthy” person is one who has achieved a certain level of physical fitness.
The UK has an average BMI of 25.8.
In terms of physical strength, it is the UK with the second highest BMI at 24.5.
The UK also has the second lowest level of perceived physical strength at 2.8, meaning that a person who has a BMI of under 23.9 has a level of “unhealthy” physical fitness that is well below the WHO recommendations.
This isn’t a new phenomenon, with the word ‘fit’ also used in a survey carried out by the British Board of Dermatology, which found that “fit people” have higher levels of physical and mental health.
In the same survey, it was found that the average number of hours per week a person could exercise per week was about 14.
However, it seems that the term fitness is becoming more of a buzzword, rather than a term that accurately reflects physical fitness levels in the country.
According to the WHO, “healthy fitness” has become an inaccurate and misleading term, with many people wrongly attributing a person’s fitness level to how much exercise they do.
“As fitness is an indicator, we recommend that it should be viewed as a surrogate measure, rather like a blood pressure or cholesterol level, that is influenced by the physical activity and diet that they are engaging in,” said Dr. Anne-Marie McQuillan, the Director of Health at the WHO.
“For example, a person with a BMI between 25 and 29 would be considered overweight.”
But it’s important to remember that the WHO recommends people do a physical test once a year to ensure they’re healthy, and this is the most accurate way to measure physical fitness level.
But how can we measure fitness levels, and what’s the best way to go about it?
There are a number of ways to measure fitness, and there’s no one perfect way to do it.
The WHO recommends the following measures: a physical activity log, which records all the physical activities a person has done since they were 12 years old.
A self-reported measure of their level of fitness (based on physical activity, diet, and exercise), called the Fitbit data.
These measures can be done at the gym or at home, but it’s best to check them on a device such as a smartphone, Fitbit or Jawbone.
The Fitbit device, which measures your activity level in minutes, is ideal for measuring activity levels, because it can be used with a smartphone app.
The Jawbone fitness tracker is the closest to a physical activity tracker, as it is only wearable when it’s on, which means it’s not just on your body but on your wrist, arm, and leg.
It measures your movement, and can track steps, steps per minute, distance covered, steps, and calories burned.
You can also use a smartphone’s accelerometer or gyroscope to track your steps, or your heart rate.
Other options include the BodyFitness app, which can be downloaded from the App Store, Google Play, and Apple’s iTunes App Store.
Finally, there are various apps such as Fitbit’s Fitbit Flex, which tracks your daily activity using the accelerometer and gyro.
These apps can be useful for monitoring your exercise levels, but don’t always have the accuracy of a regular exercise app.
Another option is the Heart Health app, for people who have heart disease.
The Heart Health App measures your heart’s rate, your blood pressure, and your cholesterol levels.
Heart Health is an app which uses the accelerometers of a phone to measure your heart activity and blood pressure.
For people with heart disease, it will also monitor your heart rates, blood pressure and cholesterol levels, along with how much energy you consume each day.
However, some people with cardiovascular disease and/or high cholesterol levels may not benefit from using this app, as they may have an underlying health condition.
It will also take up to six months to fully register your heart health.
Another option for people with a heart condition is to have an electrocardiogram, or EK