Romanian Fitness & Bodybuilding Association in presentation to Government Minister
President of the Romanian Fitness & Bodybuilding Association (FRFC) Gabriel Toncean passed certificates of appreciation to the Romanian Government’s Youth and Sports Minister Bogdan-Constantin Matei at the International Federation of Fitness and Bodybuilding’s Tiger Classic-Diamond Cup in Bucharest.
Toncean made the presentation in the popularity of the assist obtained closer to the promoting of health and bodybuilding.
Matei additionally congratulated Toncean at the outcomes executed via Romania at the latest European Championships in Santa Susanna, Spain and he and General Secretary Adrian Nedelcu participated in a number of the awards ceremonies inside the Bucharest event.
Among the champions had been Slovakia’s Boris Palovic inside the classic bodybuilding open and master categories, at the same time as Daniel Girtan also picked up more than one titles in the guys’ body low length and the general men’s body.
Ukraine’s Oleksandra Sumanieieva persevered a fruitful match as she secured the bikini fitness junior, medium size, and ordinary bikini health prizes.
Home competitor Aurelian Cojoaca received the guys’ body medium size and muscular classes.
It becomes the thirteenth staging of the Tiger Classic and athletes had been offered the risk to win an Elite Pro Card.
The IFBB hailed the occasion as “every other step forward” for the game in Romania and found out organizer Mihai Tigora and Toncean have been already operating on further tasks. The fitness world seems to use the concept Health-Related Fitness like a generic fitness principle – interchangeable with others like “Physical Fitness”, “Health and Fitness” or simply “Fitness.”
While all of these terms can be included under the broad term Health and Physical Fitness, they individually refer to different aspects – both generic and specific. Unfortunately, references to these and other fitness-related terms are often vague, while consistency in their intended use is meager at best; there is a kind of “generally accepted” use for them, but individuals often rely on own interpretation, and this can lead to confusion.
With that said, does Health-Related Fitness simply infer fitness by means of good health? Not quite. That is why we need to understand a little more behind these words before digesting the definition.
How did the term Health-Related Physical Fitness come about?
That is a good question. One could probably ask what is this concept all about – can we not simply use the terms “Fitness” or “Physical Fitness” instead?” Why Health “Related”?
The main reason stems from the fact that most health and fitness terms are used inconsistently and often refer to different concepts or notions. Subsequent to the 1996 report from the US Surgeon General (Physical Activity and Health; a report of the Surgeon General), there was a move to try and address the alarming rise in obesity levels among the general American public. Studies and initiatives required standardization among clinicians, health practitioners and fitness trainers to grapple with the task at hand. Enter “Health-Related Physical Fitness”, a working term to address the general state of health among the public. Being a Health and Fitness Professional, it is my job to understand terms and definitions which are commonplace to this industry, as well to keep abreast of evolving trends. Through my experience, I have found that a number of terms deserve a little more clarification than that which they are granted.