• how does the fitt principle apply to the development of a successful personal fitness program?

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  • The FITT principle is an acronym that stands for Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Type. It is a tool used to help people create successful fitness programs by focusing on the four key components of exercise: frequency (how often one should exercise), intensity (the amount of effort put into the workout), time (the length of each workout session) and type (the type of exercise being done). When creating a personal fitness program, each of these components should be considered in order to maximize results. For example, a person wanting to improve their cardiovascular endurance would need to include exercises that involve a high frequency, intensity and duration of moderate-to-high intensity aerobic activity such as running or cycling. This applies specifically to the FITT principle as the individual is focusing on how often, how hard, and how long they should exercise in order to achieve their desired results.

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      Madeline Bush

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