In relation to fitness values industry is the concept of systematic work.
Health & fitness has as many paths, goals, & interpretations as there are participants.
At any time, at any gym, athletic club, or barbell club you will find a competitive bodybuilder or powerlifter, a retiree trying to keep in shape, an athlete perfecting a skill, a new mom trying to get her pre-baby body back, and a new to fitness member just starting out.
Some may not have a clear objective and just go to the gym as an escape or possibly it simply makes them feel better and that is excellent too, but any of the above mentioned can make the best use of their efforts by injecting industry into their program regimen.
First and foremost it is always great to get a clear idea of the objective.
What is the ultimate result you are looking for?
Who has obtained that result and what can you glean from their efforts and knowledge that you can inject into your own plan?
Once that crystal clear end result is established it is now time to work backwards.
How can you connect that goal or end result with where you are currently?
If you have as an objective to squat 400 pounds and your current 1 rep max is 225 there are multitudes of programs that can get you there.
If you aspire to get on stage and compete in a bodybuilding competition, there are great trainers that can help.
If you need to lose 15 pounds, simple changes to the structure of your diet can get you there quickly.
The takeaway is that there are paths to achieve anything you desire.
Get certain on that goal and inject the concept of industry to expedite the process.