lnq 👨🏿‍🦱: mathletics
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Mathletics (etymology: math+athletics) :== any scenario where the actual act of doing mathematics is turned into a legitimate sport.

In our case (cf. ), mathletics* is the mapping of fitness metrics - namely walks - to their respective fibors [mathletics = preimageimage] (ie. a technical understanding of the mechanics to a specific play run), thus making ludology a normal component of recreation.** Contextual `juking`.

Mathletics may also be defined more primitively; for we can say that the ability to gamify any 🧩puzzle-solution (specifically one of capture the flag🏁 objectivity with a 🥕bounty program [🏁→🥕]) is a demonstration (ie. competitive flexing) of being subjectively 'mathletic'. (see recreational mathematics, cryptosport, juker)

Furthermore, (in gameplay) the mathlete is someone who uses EGP to walks from entropic events. More succinctly, the mathlete is a sport performer (or coach) with priority to act out some particular ballet. In terms of so-called "mathleticism", its definition is of a person's (here, the "mathlete") potential to obtain a high score (translation: earn ¢ents) in competitive mathletics. (see mathletic scholarship, mathemusic, tournament, treble)
/// Mathletics is classified under `recreational mathematics`.

"The existential test of a mathlete is their ability to maximize their earning potential." - 🧑🏿lnq

 From an historical standpoint, I `called` it 'mathletics' because, after reading the book "Hyperspace" by Michio Kaku, particularly the part where the author enticed readers to find a `solution` to `string field theory`, I ended up later creating the EGP Keynote (based off of what I perceived to be a hinted challenge from Kaku). Had I been in academia, this may have been a community effort, but since I worked (as a tendency) in isolation (solo) at the time, I chose to treat it like a sport. Hence the origins of my recreational approach to `mathematics`.🤓