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Chapter Fourteen Designing Your Own Program You cannot hope for success, you’ve got to plan for it.
Chapter 14 Value zThe information in this chapter will allow you to design a personal fitness program that will help you achieve all the benefits of a personal fitness program. You will not be dependent on going to a fitness center and paying someone to help you. zThis chapter will provide you guidelines what will allow you to develop a balanced fitness program that includes the health-related components of fitness, nutrition, and stress management. A program that will assist you in looking good, and feeling good.
Develop a Total Personal Fitness Program zShould result in you looking good and feeling good. z4 Areas to consider yhealth-related activities ysports skills ystress diversion activities ygood nutrition Objectives
Designing Your Personal Fitness Program 1. Evaluation 2. Goal setting 3. Selection of activities 4. Application of training principles 5. Periodic assessment Follow the principles of training. Objectives
Discuss each Component Discuss what each of these steps involves: 1. Evaluation 2. Goal setting 3. Selection of activities 4. Application of training principles 5. Periodic assessment How would you incorporate each of these into your own Personal Fitness Program? Objectives
Keep It Going! zFight boredom with variety. zExercise with a friend. zKeep records. Objectives
REVIEW zThe most important thing you should consider when making decisions about your fitness program should be your personal needs. zOverload, Progression and Specificity are principles of training you should follow in order to improve your level of fitness zActivities that help people relax are called stress diversion activities.
REVIEW zBefore beginning a personal fitness program, you should determine the need for a medical examination, evaluate your present level of fitness and set realistic goals. zThe reason for doing a periodic assessment is to evaluate progress toward goals, obtain feedback regarding effort to reach goals, and provide motivation to keep working out.
REVIEW zThe reason you should monitor your heart rate during exercise is to properly apply the overload variable of intensity. zOnce you could jog two miles at a steady pace, you planned to slowly increase your pace and distance. By doing this, you would be applying the principle of progression
REVIEW zA total personal fitness program includes only those activities that are vigorous in nature. yTrue or False zA physical fitness program can be designed to help you either gain or lose weight. yTrue or False zIntensity and frequency of your exercise program are important aspects in designing a program. yTrue or False
Study Question zTrue or False yA total personal fitness program includes only those activities that are vigorous in nature. yYour physical fitness program should be just like your friend's program. False
Study Question zTrue or False yGoal setting is an important key to a successful personal fitness program. yWarm-up and cool-down are only important for adults who have not been exercising. True False