A. Health - Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
B. Wellness - the quality or state of being in good health especially as an actively sought goal
C. Fitness - Good health or physical condition, especially as the result of exercise and proper nutrition.
D. Healthy life style - A healthy lifestyle is eating whole foods and exercising. So get out that bike or go for a good walk and eat healthy and you are on your way.
E. Cardiovascular fitness - Cardiovascular fitness is maintaining a healthy heart through proper diet, exercise and outlook on life.
F. Muscle fitness - means building stronger muscles and increasing how long you can use them (called endurance). Activities like weight lifting and push-ups can improve your muscular fitness.
G. Flexibility - Flexibility is the ability of your body to bend, stretch and reach. Flexibility can be improved through exercises like yoga and Pilates.
H. Body mechanics - Body mechanics is using the correct muscles to perform a physical task safely.
I. Body composition - Body composition is the percentage of body fat to lean body mass.
J. Nutrition - Nutrition is the basic nutrients needed for you body to be able to function properly.
K. Stress - stress is the impact of life experiences on your emotional and physical well-being, brought on by extra activities, demands, involvement or concerns.
L. Stress management - Stress management involves the methods one uses to control their stress level.
M. Relaxation - Relaxation is feeling calm in your body and mind. People relax in different ways. Many people find reading or watching TV relaxing.
N. Time management - Time