Originally Posted by Shawn Casey
I've never seen health or wellness as a component of fitness in any definition with components.
I think it's the other way around. Fitness and health directly impact where your arrow lands on the CrossFit wellness-ometer. So, different levels of health and fitness must be components of levels of wellness. An american diet and a fitness routine of video games and TV will inevitably lead to sickness so they must be components( more like inactivity). Strict weigh and measure of paleo foods followed by CrossFit or something similar will produce Superwellness, depending on your current level of wellness. All kids raised on the latter will no doubt always be superwell.
Treu, but one can be super fit but not necessarily be super well. Athletes who use performance enhancing drugs would be a good example