Presentation on theme: "Fitness Challenge VI Basic Guidelines"— Presentation transcript:
1 Fitness Challenge VI Basic Guidelines OrganizationTeams of 3 – 5 peopleEach team selects a Captain who reports pointsPoint GuidelinesEarning PointsOne point is awarded for every 15 minutes of physical activity.POWER points are available for attending special fitness sessions or for incentive days. Refer to the calendar of events for the schedule of fitness sessions and check your throughout the challenge for information on incentive days.Reporting PointsTeam members must report scores to team captain on the Sunday concluding a week (February 1, 8, 15, 22, and March 1).Team captain must submit scores via to every Monday by 12:00 PM (February 2, 9, 16, 23, and March 2).All participants are required to track their individual points for the 5 week program in an honest manner. Please see the Core Values.On Your Mark.Get Set.GET FIT!
2 Core Values Core Values apply to all student activities Courage – demonstrating the individual and institutional character required to translate thought into action under adverse or challenging conditionsIntegrity – cultivating in ourselves and in others the willingness and steadfastness to act honestly and ethicallyLoyalty – being faithful to the mission of the universityRespect – acknowledging the dignity and worth of all beings and preserving the richness of our cultures and ecologyService – giving of oneself to enhance the life and richness of the university and all of its members, as well as the larger communityTruth – searching for and honoring truth as it relates to academics, individuals, self, and societyWisdom – making sound decisions in complex or ambiguous situations based on accumulated knowledge and experiencesCore Values apply to all student activities
3 Fitness Challenge VI – Calendar of Events SunMonTueWedThuFriSat26Opening Ceremony12:00 PM Hoag Auditorium2 POIWER points2728Wise WednesdayWeight Training 101 in Rec Center 12:00 PM & 5:30 PM3 POWER points2930Fitness Friday2 POWER points311Points due to Team Captains2HEALTHY HEART MONTH BEGINS!Team Captains: team’s points due to Sarah by NOON!34How to Build Your Own Exercise Program12:00 PM in Hoag ABC rooms& 5:30 PM LibraryNewton Oakes 0105Healthy Heart Month Blood Pressure Check – Rec Center 1:00 PM & 5:30 PM – 1 POWER point67891011Healthy Eating 10112131415161718How to Be Successful On Your Own19202122232425Body ImageHEALTHY HEAERT MONTH ENDS!(Last day to earn points!)Closing Ceremony & T-shirt pick-up12:00-1:00ABC Rooms
4 Fitness Challenge VI – Point Tracker Name: __________________________________ Team: __________________________________ (circle one) Employee StudentWeekMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySundayTotal#1Jan 26-Feb 1PA = ___Pp = ___Total = ___#2Feb 2-8#3Feb 9-15#4Feb 16-22#5Feb 23-Mar 1PA = Physical Activity: Each participant can earn up to 3 points per day for physical activity. One point is awarded for every 15 minutes of physical activity. Pp = POWER points: POWER points are available for attending Teaching Tuesday presentations or for incentive days. Please check your calendar or for more information. All members’ forms must be complete and present to receive the GRAND PRIZE at the Closing Ceremonies on March 4th.
5 Fitness Challenge VI Exercise & Nutrition Tips Exercise Tips:Break your exercise session up into fifteen minute sessions if you’re a beginner.Incorporate an activity you enjoy into every exercise session.Use your exercise buddy if you’re worried about motivation.Swimming is a great low-impact workout for your entire body – And using the pool is FREE!Nutrition Tips:Drink plenty of water! There are many benefits that come from staying well hydrated. Just a few are:It gives you more energyKeeps you fullMakes your skin healthierPlus, it is calorie free!Don’t skip meals, especially breakfast. Skipping a meal slows down your metabolism and the resulting hunger may cause one to overeat.Bring your lunch instead of buying it. You’ll make healthier choices and save money!Don’t forget to have fun!