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    fit and fitness

    Can I use fit and fitness interchangeably as follows? Do the following sentences are grammatically correct?

    You must have both physical and mental fit to complete a marathon.
    Both physical and mental fitness are invovled in completing a marathon.

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    Re: fit and fitness

    The first is not possible.

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