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Personal Training Project: 2 nd Trimester

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  1. Personal Training Project: 2nd Trimester • Outcomes • Fitness Plans • Meet your Trainer/Coach • Interviews • Obesity Video • Workout Example

  2. F.I.T.T. principle and the Five Components of Health Related Fitness • Website and resources • Why?

  3. Outcomes • Students will research and choose 3 life long physical activity preferences and will determine self-responsibility for skill development, knowledge of concepts, and fitness benefits. • Students will set a personal fitness goal that can be developed outside of class, but measured in Physical Education class.

  4. Students will plan a two-week personal fitness plan for a classmate based on their physical activity preference. • Students will train a classmate according the plan they create for them.

  5. Students will be trained by a classmate according to the plan created for them. • Students will work in and outside of class to improve physical fitness in relation to the personal fitness plan. • Students will keep a journal to record fitness progress, and reflections.

  6. Personal Fitness Plans • Specify appropriate, sport specific warm ups • Specify proper cool downs • Specify the principles of exercise for each of the five components of health related fitness.

  7. Identify and perform (plan) appropriate physical activities that can be completed in inclement weather, while away from home or school, and when a minor injury may require an alternate activity in relation to your plan.

  8. Meet your trainer/client- ten minutes • Tali/ Gina, Caroline/Sonia, Elise/Kylie, Alex/Amin, Shaili/Megan, Brandon T./Cary, Rachael/Jessica, Jarrod/Ian, Stephanie/Sonnet, Jona/Charlie, Henry/Brandon C., Karna/Jordan

  9. Ideas for Interview Questions • What were your three life long physical activity preferences? • Why did you choose this one? • Are you currently pursuing this passion? • If yes, what is your current training? • If no, do you have any experience with this activity/sport? • What do you already know about your sport? • What would you like to know? • How did you feel about your physical fitness test results? Better than expected? What you expected? Less than you had expected? • What do you perceive as your physical strengths? Areas for improvement? • Do you have any injuries or physical limitations? • What are your expectations from me? • *Anything else you can think of

  10. Meet your trainer/client; ten minutes • Gina/Caroline, Sonia/Elise, Kylie/Alex, Amin/Shaili, Megan/Brandon T. Cary/Rachael, Jessica/Jarrod, Ian/Stephanie, Sonnet/Jona, Charlie/Henry, Brandon C./Tali, Jordan/Karna

  11. Ideas for Interview Questions • What were your three life long physical activity preferences? • Why did you choose this one? • Are you currently pursuing this passion? • If yes, what is your current training? • If no, do you have any experience with this activity/sport? • What do you already know about your sport? • What would you like to know? • How did you feel about your physical fitness test results? Better than expected? What you expected? Less than you had expected? • What do you perceive as your physical strengths? Areas for improvement? • Do you have any injuries or physical limitations? • What are your expectations from me? • *Anything else you can think of

  12. Obesity: a “growing” problem • : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCORDl4bqDE

  13. Workout Example • http://www.livestrong.com/article/535799-four-week-full-body-workout-routine-for-soccer-players/

  14. 5 COMPONENTS OF HEALTH-RELATED FITNESS 2. Muscle endurance 1. Muscle strength 3. Cardiovascular endurance 4. Flexibility 5. Body composition

  15. MUSCLE STRENGTH • The ability of a muscle or muscle group to exert a maximum force against a resistance ONE TIME through the full range of motion. Range of motion (ROM) is the degrees through which a joint can move.

  16. MUSCLE ENDURANCE • The ability of a muscle or muscle group to exert a sub-maximal force REPEATEDLY over a period of time.

  17. CARDIOVASCULAR ENDURANCE • The ability to perform large muscle moderate to high intensity exercise for PROLONGED PERIODS keeping your heart rate in the heart rate target zone: 220 - age x 70% to 85% The target heart rate zone for a 17 year old is 142-173 beats per minute.

  18. FLEXIBILITY • Is the ability to move a joint through its complete range of motion (ROM).

  19. BODY COMPOSITION • Is the amount of lean body mass (bone, muscle, organs and body fluids) compared with the amount of body fat. ADULT MALE ADULT FEMALE 15%-18% 22%-25% BMI = Body Mass Index It is an indirect measure of body composition based on height and weight.

  20. BENEFITS OF EXERCISE: LOWERS CHOLESTEROL STRENGTHENS HEART AND LUNGS IMPROVES SLEEP IMPROVES CONFIDENCE ENHANCES FEELING OF WELL-BEING STRENGTHENS MUSCLES AND BONES IMPROVES APPEARANCE DECREASES BLOOD PRESSURE PREVENTS INJURY IMPROVES COORDINATION INCREASES ENERGY REDUCES RISK OF HEART DISEASE AND DIABETES HELPS WEIGHT CONTROL AND BODY COMPOSITION IMPROVES RANGE OF MOTION REDUCES STRESS AND TENSION

  21. “To gain health benefits in all 5 components of fitness….. FITT Principle ….how often should I work out?” ….how much effort should I put in?” ….how long should my workout be?” …what type of exercises should I do?” F = Frequency I = Intensity T = Time T = Type

  22. How does the FITT principle apply to body composition? Body composition results largely from physical activity levels in the other components: • Cardiovascular exercise expends calories. • Muscle strength and endurance activities expend calories and build muscle (MUSCLE BURNS CALORIES FASTER THAN FAT!) • Flexibility exercises allow the body to better tolerate the other exercises. DON’T FORGET ABOUT PROPER NUTRITION!!!!

  23. TRAINING PRINCIPLES: OVERLOAD – you must apply stress beyond what your body is accustomed to PROGRESSION – the overload must continue after the body adapts to the previous stress SPECIFICITY - to obtain a particular goal you must train those muscles with a specific method

  24. Conclusion………. Health related fitness is a lifetime pursuit. It is impossible to store fitness once it is developed. To develop fitness you should work on ALL 5 COMPONENTS: muscle strength muscle endurance cardiovascular endurance flexibility body composition

  25. Website and Resources • http://bcsphysicaleducationmsk.weebly.com/eighth-grade-pe.html

  26. Why? • Why is this important? • Why are we doing this?

  27. Just Do It… • Life=Risk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzBCI13rJmA&feature=related • Impossible is nothing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPSi2XYgVKU&feature=related