Fit and healthy persons live longer, are more productive at work and school, and generally contribute more to the country’s growth and development. With an increasing prevalence of heart and other cardiovascular diseases, as well as a wide range of health concerns in children and adults, the importance of leading healthy lives cannot be over emphasized. An all-round approach to fitness, agility and good health which relies on a well-balanced diet and an appropriate fitness regimen, are therefore essential in these times of stress.
FitIndo is an enterprise that wishes to help improve the fitness of children, Youth & adults in India, and keep them free from the diseases that arise from less exercise and reduced outdoor activity. FitIndo wants to make physical activity and fitness as an integral part of the lives of every child from an early age. To achieve the above in a scientific manner, FitIndo wishes to rely on the tried and tested evaluation tool developed by Dr. Kenneth Cooper, to assess the health-related fitness levels of children and students in India.
The Cooper Institute is dedicated to promoting life-long health and wellness worldwide through research, education and advocacy. Founded in 1970 by Kenneth H. Cooper, MD, MPH, The Cooper Institute translates the latest scientific findings into proactive solutions that improve public health. For nearly five decades, The Cooper Institute has provided the science behind the philosophy that exercise is medicine and shown the world the positive effects that health and fitness have on our quality of life.
Key areas of focus are research, education and advocacy. Through these initiatives, The Cooper Institute helps people lead better, longer lives now and Well. Into the Future.
FitZone 360 is One of the Leading Sports Specific Assessment companies in USA. Having partnered with Fitindo to take it to the grass root level.
Our Vision is to be at the forefront of
FITINDIA Campaign by providing
assessment and correction tools for
Our Mission is to assess fitness status of one million Indians by 2026.
We want to use that information to create awareness about Physical Literacy and improve Fitness level of Indians.