Being fit means making our bodies fit for use- for whatever circumstances we could imaginably be in.  While disabilities may make some aspects of physical fitness out of an individual’s control, we also believe in taking personal responsibility; so we avoid excuses and instead seek avenues of excellence.  Meanwhile modern science and commercialism have made the topics of nutrition and exercise challenging to understand.  These rapidly evolving fields are sometimes filled with conflicting or biased information.  Instead of prescribing a diet, exercise, or rest plan for everyone, we trust in the individual human ability to reason.  Each individual should seek and sort out good information that is applicable to themselves.  With excellent fitness we are not only more capable of handling the physical labors of life, but enjoy greater confidence, health, and happiness.

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