For this two-part chat, I slip into Exercise Science mode and resident TYP Exercise Physiologist Russ Jarrett and I talk about the multi-dimensional nature of Fitness. Apparently, there’s more to it than running around the block. Being ‘fit’ is not a single thing but rather, many things. Fit for what?.. is the smart question. Fit to shovel dirt? Run a race? Live pain free? Move furniture? Complete a triathlon? Play tennis? Lift heavy things? Play with the grandkids? Do push-ups? Compete in elite sport? Do the splits? Dance all night? Fitness is about an individual’s ability to be able to meet the physical requirements of specific sports, tasks, skills, roles and activities. This is an interesting (and valuable) conversation. Enjoy.