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Physical Fitness Assessment
2 Terminal Learning Objective Action: Perform Physical Fitness Assessment Conditions: Given safe environmental conditions, TC , Chapter 8 and Appendix A, voiced and demonstrated instructions Standards: Successfully complete Physical Fitness in the three required events
3 Rectangular Formation SL X X X X X X X X X X X PT LDR
4 Extended Rectangular Formation SL X X X X X X X X X X X PT LDR
5 The Bend and Reach Starting Position Count 1Count 2Count 3Count 4
6 The Rear Lunge Starting Position Count 1Count 2Count 3Count 4
7 The High Jumper Starting Position Count 1Count 2 Count 3 Count 4
8 The Rower Starting Position Count 1 Count 2 Count 3 Count 4
9 The Squat Bender Starting Position Count 1Count 2Count 3Count 4
10 The Windmill Starting Position Count 1Count 2 Count 3Count 4
11 The Forward Lunge Starting Position Count 1Count 2Count 3Count 4
12 The Prone Row Starting Position Count 1 Count 2Count 3 Count 4
13 The Bent-leg Body Twist Starting Position Count 3 Count 1Count 2 Count 4
14 The Push-up Starting Position Count 3 Count 1Count 2 Count 4
15 Proper Push-Up
16 Proper Sit-Up
17 Interlocking Fingers
18 The Overhead Arm Pull Starting Position Count 1Count 2Count 3Count 4
19 The Rear Lunge Starting Position Count 1Count 2Count 3Count 4
20 The Extend and Flex Starting Position Position 1Modified Position 1 Starting Position Starting Position Position 2
21 The Thigh Stretch Starting Position Position 1 Starting Position Starting Position Position 2
22 The Single-leg Over Starting Position Position 1 Starting Position Position 2 Starting Position Starting Position
23 Terminal Learning Objective Action: Perform Physical Fitness Assessment Conditions: Given safe environmental conditions, TC , Chapter 8 and Appendix A, voiced and demonstrated instructions Standards: Successfully complete Physical Fitness in the three required events
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