Fitness doesn't have 'a look', though I think most of us think it does. I remember my first triathlon glancing over at a super lean woman that 'looked' fitter than me and I beat her.
And there were many more times that I was beaten by people that didn't maybe look as fit. So early on as a personal trainer, I realized that fitness doesn't have 'a look' as maybe previously thought in my late teens. It is the state of being or the physical condition that we are.
1. the condition of being physically fit and healthy.
"disease and lack of fitness are closely related"
2. the quality of being suitable to fulfil a particular role or task. "the medical board assessed his fitness for active service"
You've got this!
Love, Jen xx