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Lesson 34 Bellringer 1.How do you feel after participating in physical activity? 2.How could exercising with a friend make it easier to stick to a fitness.

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1 Lesson 34 Bellringer 1.How do you feel after participating in physical activity? 2.How could exercising with a friend make it easier to stick to a fitness plan?

2 Practicing Fitness Develop and maintain health and skill related fitness Be a responsible spectator and or participant in sports and other activities

3 Lesson 34 What is cardio respiratory endurance? (Page 375) What is flexibility? What is muscular strength? What is body composition? What is exercise?

4 What does aerobic mean? What does anaerobic mean? What is isometric? What is isotonic? What is isokinetic?

5 What effects does increased cardiorespiratory endurance have? Increased heart and lung function Faster metabolic rate More antioxidants-slower aging Improved insulin sensitivity

6 What effects does increased cardiorespiratory endurance have? Helps muscles ability to avoid lactic acid build-up Increases HDL Improves immune system

7 What effects does increased cardiorespiratory endurance have? Lessens risk of colon cancer by speeding up digestive system Reduces stress Prevents too much epinephrine and cortisol

8 What function does a warm-up provide? Prepares muscles to do more work

9 Page 377 Look at the chart, in your notebook answer questions 1 and 2. What does “runners high” mean? Why might a runner experience this type of euphoria? Has anyone ever felt this way before?

10 What is the benefit of a cooldown? Give body a way to slowly return breathing and heart rate to normal Reduce risk of sore or pulled muscles

11 What are some benefits of muscular strength and endurance? (Page 380) What are repetitions and sets? (pg. 380)

12 What are agility, balance, reaction time, speed, power and coordination? (p. 382)

13 Did you know? Exercising speeds up your metabolism which means you burn calories faster. Jumping rope burns about 5 calories every 3 jumps but typing on the computer only burns 1 calorie in 2 hours. People who exercise live longer that sedentary people.

14 How many calories do I burn per hour? Bike 240 Baseball280 Skating300 Swimming275 Dancing420 Walking440 Basketball560 Jogging740 * based on 150lb. person

15 How long does it take to burn the calories I drank? Water0 Sports Drink14 minutes of moderate exercise 100% juice27 minutes of moderate ex. This is not incorporating sugar only calories. 100% fruit juice is nutrient rich! This is only for 12oz. of each sports drinks are usually more so you would have to multiply the time.

16 Did you know? Exercise releases endorphins which makes you feel better and even helps relieve depression. Exercise can lower blood pressure and relieve stress. While the heart is the strongest muscle in the body it needs to be exercised regularly to keep healthy.

17 Did you know? Walking is one of the best exercises. It is free, easy, can be done with friends, and can be done year round. (Just make sure to dress for the weather)

18 List some lifetime sports. Basketball (how many play?) Cross-country skiing Golf Swimming Jogging/ walking/ hiking Biking Martial arts Rock climbing (who has been climbing?) Skating

19 Fill in the blank: Sports should emphasize___________ Fun Friendship Fitness

20 Who do we see having problems acting in healthy ways at games? Is that a good example for others? Why?

21 Often parents flunk at sportsmanship. What do we see parents doing at games? Pressuring kids to do better to win scholarships which may be unrealistic Screaming at players Berating officials Bossing coaches around Critiquing their child’s every play

22 What should participants and spectators do during games, matches, etc.? Show respect Show support Be positive Be appropriate Keep emotions under control

23 10 Day Fitness Challenge Start at day 1 and complete the challenge of eating breakfast. Continue that challenge onto day 2, but also include the day 1 challenge. So on day 2, eat breakfast and drink 64 oz. of water. On day 3 include day 1 and 2 challenges, but also include day 3. This will continue until day 10 where you are completing all 10 challenges on that day. Day 1: Eat Breakfast Daily Day 2: Drink 64 0z. of water Day 3: 25 Jumping Jacks Day 4: Eat a fruit/veggie serving Day 5: 20 push-ups Day 6: 25-sit-ups Day 7: Stretching 5-10 minutes Day 8: 7-8 hours of sleep Day 9: 30 minutes of exercise Day 10: Run/walk 1 mile Take a picture of yourself completing your task and tweet it #NV10dayfitnesschallenge My Twitter

24 Homework Read lesson 35


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