What's Your Fitness Level?

Find out if you're a buff or just a newbie.

Updated October 14, 2016

What's Your Fitness Level?

You got: You're a Fitness Buff

I got You're a Fitness Buff. What's Your Fitness Level?
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You embody the definition of fitness. You're the physically fit and healthy being that everyone aspires to be. You're strong, have great endurance, a healthy heart, insane flexibility, and ideal body composition. Good for you!

Being as fit as you are, you'll have little trouble warding off diseases, living a long life, and looking and feeling great. Just make sure you're eating to fuel your body and getting your fruits and veggies in! 

THIS TOOL DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. It is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical consultation, diagnosis or treatment.

What's Your Fitness Level?

You got: You're an Average Fittie

I got You're an Average Fittie. What's Your Fitness Level?
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You're a rock star when it comes to some fitness components, but not all of them. To truly qualify as a fitness buff your fitness routine should include excercises that, at the minimum, train muscular strength, endurance, cardiovascular health, and flexibility. Plus, your body fat percentage shouldn't be too high.

Take a minute to think about the components you're not hitting. You're only missing a few! Incorporating them in will only do wonders for your health.

THIS TOOL DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. It is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical consultation, diagnosis or treatment.

What's Your Fitness Level?

You got: You're a Fitness Newbie

I got You're a Fitness Newbie. What's Your Fitness Level?
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Here's the thing — the true definition of fitness involves a few things. You might be really good at cardio exercises, or a rock star in the weight room, but a true fitness buff knows to train muscles, heart, flexibility, endurance, and more. They take a whole-body approach.

If you're focusing on just one or two fitness components, start thinking about the others. Incorporating them in will only do wonders for your health.

THIS TOOL DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. It is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical consultation, diagnosis or treatment.

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