Presentation on theme: "PE I/PE 8 Health Bell Ringer: *What do you do for exercise? *How can you become more physically active? *How much exercise should you get each day?"— Presentation transcript:
PE I/PE 8 Health Bell Ringer: *What do you do for exercise? *How can you become more physically active? *How much exercise should you get each day?
PE I/PE 8 Health Bell Ringer: Write any changes you would like to make to get more and better regular physical activity (e.g. play soccer after-school, go for a walk with friends instead of watching T.V., etc…).
Increasing Physical Activity: F.I.T.T. Frequency Intensity Duration (Time) Type
Muscular Strength Muscular Endurance Cardiovascular Fitness Flexibility Body Composition
Ability of a muscle to exert a maximal force through a given range of motion Fitness Test(s): Vertical Jump Test, Standing Long Jump Test
Capacity of a muscle to exert a submaximal force through a given range of motion over a given time. Fitness Test(s): Push-Ups, Sit-ups
Ability to continue training the cardiovascular system (heart, lungs) for a relatively long period (usually over 20 minutes). Fitness Test(s): One Mile Run, PACER Test
Ability of a joint to move through a full range of motion. Fitness Test(s): Sit-and-Reach
The ratio of lean body mass (skeletal muscle) to remaining body tissue. Fitness Test(s): Body Mass Index (BMI)
Body Composition: Body Mass Index (BMI) Chart
Fitnessgram PACER Test Fitnessgram PACER Test Fitnessgram Push-Up Test Fitnessgram Push-Up Test Fitnessgram Sit-and-Reach Test Fitnessgram Sit-and-Reach Test Fitnessgram Curl-Up Test Fitnessgram Curl-Up Test Vertical Jump Test Vertical Jump Test
Think of one action (activity, exercise, habit, etc.) that would help you improve your fitness in each of the 5 components. Match the action with the component.