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Created by Mrs. Klinger What is fitness? Content Objectives Students will be able to: Identify concepts of fitness Improve knowledge of fitness vocabulary.

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1 Created by Mrs. Klinger What is fitness? Content Objectives Students will be able to: Identify concepts of fitness Improve knowledge of fitness vocabulary Classify exercise activities according to concepts of fitness

2 Created by Mrs. Klinger Washington State Fitness EALRs 1.3 Understand the concepts of health related physical fitness and develop and monitor progress on personal fitness goals *Develop a fitness vocabulary and awareness of fitness concepts while participating regularly in a variety of physical activities for fitness and play. *Identify and define components of fitness and fitness concepts: strength, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, and opportunities to enhance them during periods of physical activity

3 Created by Mrs. Klinger How does studying fitness in Physical Education class enhance your child’s reading skills? Washington State Reading EALRs 1: The student understands and uses different skills and strategies to read 1.2 Uses vocabulary (word meaning) strategies to comprehend text *Use word origins to determine meanings of words 1.3 Build vocabulary through wide reading The student understands and applies content/academic vocabulary critical to meaning of text

4 Created by Mrs. Klinger Language Objectives Students will be able to: *Verbally articulate pronunciation of key concept words *Compare and Contrast concepts of fitness *Use think-pair-share and thumbs up/down responses *Create a journal entry describing personal exercise experiences

5 Created by Mrs. Klinger Key Vocabulary Muscular Strength Muscular Endurance Cardio-respiratory Endurance Body Composition Stress Management Flexibility Aerobic exercise

6 Created by Mrs. Klinger Word Study muscular= having to do with the muscles cardio= involving the heart Flex (flexibility)= to bend Compose (composition)= to make something with parts Manage= to direct or control

7 Created by Mrs. Klinger Muscular Strength How much you can lift… How MANY things you can pick up at once… According to Teen Health (1999), “By exercising to build strength, you can more easily lift heavy objects without injury or strain.” How to improve muscular strength: Do resistance exercise. Lift weights or do push ups to improve arm strength. Do squats or lunges to improve leg strength. Do crunches to improve stomach muscle strength. How STRONG Your Muscles Are

8 Created by Mrs. Klinger Muscular Endurance How LONG your muscles can work How LONG you can carry something… How FAR you can carry the groceries without having to set them down to rest… How to improve muscular endurance: Do many repetitions. For example, do many pushups or lunges without stopping.

9 Created by Mrs. Klinger Cardio-respiratory Endurance How to improve your cardio endurance: Cardio endurance is improved with AEROBIC exercise. How LONG You Can Exercise Without Feeling Breathless or Feeling Really Tired Aerobic exercise: *body uses oxygen as a fuel *uses large muscles of the body (legs) *rhythmic and continuous (20 minutes or longer) *heart rate is in target zone *burns fat Examples: dancing, jogging, skating, step-aerobics

10 Created by Mrs. Klinger Body Composition This is the percentage of muscle, fat and water in your body. It is important to keep a healthy balance. How Much Muscle, Fat, and Water is in the Body How to improve your body composition: Increase muscle: lift weights do strength training Decrease fat: do aerobic exercise often Increase water: drink plenty of water

11 Created by Mrs. Klinger Stress Management It is important to take care of yourself. Take time for relaxation. Some ways to manage stress: *Exercise! Run! Do yoga! *Talk about problems with a friend. *Listen to music. *Write in a journal. How You Handle Stress in Your Life

12 Created by Mrs. Klinger Flexibility The range of motion of your muscles around your joints… How to improve your flexibility: *Maintain an active lifestyle *Stretch often How FAR You Can STRETCH


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