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Fitness Planning Preparation for taking the Classroom Based Assessment
1. The 4 active Fitness Components Fitness ComponentDefinition1 test used for evaluation 1.Cardio-respiratory Fitness The ability to deliver oxygen and nutrients to tissues over a sustained period of time. 2. Muscular StrengthThe ability of a muscle to exert force 3. Muscular EnduranceThe ability of muscles to perform repeated contractions 4. FlexibilityThe ability to use joints and muscles through their full range of motion
2. The 5 th Fitness Component Body composition: The proportion of lean mass (muscle, bone, tissue, and organs) to fat in the body
Ways to measure Body Composition 1.Body Mass Index 2. Girth measurements 3. Body fat Percentage 4. Hydrostatic weighing
3. The F.I.T.T. Principle: helping you make a fitness plan What does the letter stand for?What does it mean? F FrequencyHow often should you perform this exercise each week? I IntensityHow hard should you be working during this exercise? T TypeWhat kind of exercises should you be doing? T TimeHow long (in minutes) should you perform this exercise?
4. Setting realistic and attainable goals by following the SMART acronym: LetterWhat does that mean? S SPECIFIC. Make your goal as detailed as you can. M MEASURABLE. Place a number in your goal so you can tell if you reached it or not A ATTAINABLE. Set your goal high, but not so high that it is impossible. Ask yourself: what am I going to do to attain my goal? R REALISTIC. What can you do (realistically) to reach your goal? T TIMELY. Place a date in your goal: this puts pressure on you to actually do it!
Set your own goals! Take some time to practice setting a goal in the format that will be on the CBA— remember to use quality answers. What are you going to do to realistically attain your goals?
5a. FITT principle guidelines for Cardio-respiratory fitness FITT acronymCardio-respiratory guidelines F 3-5 times a week I Within your Target Heart Rate Zone: % of your maximum HR (220-age) 14 yrs 15 yrs 16 yrs 17 yrs 18 yrs T Fast walking, jogging, running, swimming, biking, cross- country skiing, workout on cardio-machines (elliptical trainer, stair stepper) T Minimum of 20 minutes of being in the Target Heart Rate Zone.
FITT acronymMuscular StrengthMuscular Endurance F2-3 times a week3-4 times a week IA workout schedule that increases the amount of weight- (high weight, low reps) 8-10 reps A workout schedule that increases the amount of weight (low weight, high repetitions), at or above 8 reps TIncreasing the amount of time to allow for building strength TLifting weights, carrying heavy items, adding resistance to activities Pilates, running, body- resistance activities (push ups, situps, etc.) 5b. FITT principle guidelines for Muscular Strength and Endurance
5c. FITT principle guidelines for Flexibility FITT AcronymFlexibility FEvery day IStretch until you feel a “tug”— increasing your range of motion TAt least 5 minutes—increasing the amount of time to increase flexibility TUsing all major body groups: static stretching, dynamic stretching, yoga
What’s next? FITT principle practice assignment Classroom Based Assessment: creating your own personal fitness plan