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The human body is the only machine that breaks down whennot used. And it is the only mechanism that functions betterand healthier the more it is put to use. After all health issomething dispensed like pills at the drug store, nor is iteating an average e everyday or getting eight hours sleepevery night. Rather, it is based upon sound knowledge ofhow to take care of our mind and bodies in such a way thatwe live most happily and fully fitness1. Determines theincidence of twelve weeks of physical activity on physicalcapacity and morphology of women over 60 yrs withoutdisabilities in the district of Iquique, Chile. In conclusion, aprogram of physical activity lasting 12 weeks, improvesphysical capacity (balance, grip strength, leg strength andflexibility) and anthropometric parameters (waist-hip ratioand waist circumference), in healthy women over 60yrs ofthe district of Iquique, Chile. Establishes the relationshipbetween the compliance with the governmental physicalactivity guidelines M2 at least a minimum of one hour ofmoderate to vigorous physical activity, MVPA, five times aweek, health-related physical fitness and different healthrelated lifestyle variables in a representative sample ofSpanish children. As a conclusion, this study emphasizes theneed to promote an active lifestyle in which physical activitysuppose a minimum of one hour of regular MVPA, at leastfive times a week, to achieve a healthy fitness status3.Carried out the research to compare the physical fitnessstatus of government and non-Government school boys ofChandigarh. The finding lreveals that non- governmentschool boys are superior in their physical fitness than theircounterparts4. Compared body composition between 13 maleparaplegic SCI patients (mean age = 33.8 years) and 13 ageandBMI-matched able-bodied males using DXA. Theauthors noted that these results were potentially due to a lackof gravity load experienced by the SCI individuals. On theother hand, the SCI group had a significantly higher FFM inthe arms than did the able-bodied group, indicating theimportance of physical movement on preserving FFM5.Assessed participation in vigorous activity and televisionwatching habits and their relationship to body weight andfitness in U.S children. Researcher concluded that many U.Schildren watch a greater deal of television and areinadequately vigorously active. Vigorous activity levels arelowest among girls. Non-Hispanic blacks and MexicanAmerican. Intervention strategies to promote lifelongphysical activity among U.S Children are needed to stem theadverse health consequences of inactivity Andersen Gary6.