I’m mad. I’m mad at the way we have prioritized our lifestyle. I’m mad at who the majority of the population revere as roll models, and I’m mad that we are viewing fitness and working out as vain attempt to live the lifestyles of the rich and famous.
This problem starts at schools. Physical education is looked at as an optional elective, and parents are voicing concern that physical education classes should not grade their child’s performance heavily on if the child can actually complete a pushup, but rather know what a pushup looks like. Then the child grows to an adult and can hardly do 5 pushups, but he or she knows what one looks like. This is a problem, not because every man, woman, and child should be able to complete 50 pushups. This is a problem because children are taught early that fitness is optional, it’s not. Fitness is necessary to live a full healthy live. Many school districts across the United States have even cut funding to physical education programs to the po continue reading