Presentation on theme: "In the ZONE! This will be you next class, Cardio is going to be every day for at least 20-30 min."— Presentation transcript:
1 In the ZONE!This will be you next class, Cardio is going to be every day for at least min
2 Expectations Everyone must change up for class Must change in locker rooms in 6-8 minutesYou must change into different clothing.You must wear sneakersAll belongings stay in locker room.Must attend and participate in class.Must demonstrate appropriate behavior and respect for others as well as equipment.
3 The“New PE”Everyone -25 minute cardio segment with a heart monitor each class period25 minute selection segmentSelection choices will rotate every two weeks
4 Why the New PE? EVERYBODY gets into the their ”ZONE” EVERYDAY! Everybody can choose an activity they want
5 Selections Weight training Ropes course climbing Adventure games Circuit workoutGroup exercise classSportsHockeyFlag footballBasketballVolleyballUltimate frisbeeSoftballKickballSoccerSelections will be based on class size and students’ interests.
6 Benefits of Being in your Zone Increases metabolism, burns caloriesStrengthens bones and musclesReduces chances of getting cardiovascular diseasesLowers blood pressureDecreases stress levelIncreases energyImproves sleepElevates self esteem
8 F.I.T.T Frequency- How often you exercise 3 days a week Intensity- How hard you exercise % of your max heart rateTime- How long you exercise30 MinutesType- Kind of exercise (weight training, cardiovascular, stretching)
9 Health Components of Physical Fitness Body CompositionFlexibilityMuscular StrengthMuscular EnduranceCardiovascular Endurance
10 Body Composition The ratio of body fat to lean body tissue Body Fat percentagesClassification Female MaleVery Lean <13% <8%Optimal Body Fat Zone % %Healthy Fitness Zone % %Needs Improvement >32% >25%
11 Flexibility The ability to move a joint in full range of motion Stretches to improve flexibilityV- stretchStanding Quad StretchStanding Hamstring stretchTrunk StretchButterfly stretchSit n reach stretchStanding calf stretchStretches should be held for seconds
13 Cardiovascular Endurance The ability of the heart, lungs, and blood vessels to send fuel and oxygen to the body’s tissue during long periods of vigorous activity
14 Aerobic Exercises to improve Cardiovascular Endurance WalkingJoggingBikingHikingSkatingRollerbladingStep aerobicsSpinningCardio Machines: Treadmill, EllipticalSports: Soccer, Basketball, Hockey, Football
15 Calisthenics to improve muscular strength & muscular endurance Calisthenics are exercises designed to use your own body weight to develop muscular strength and muscular endurance.Push-upsSit-upsCrunchesPull-upsChin-upsMountain ClimbersJumping JacksLungesSquat JumpsSquatsSide JumpsTriceps Dips
17 Wellness AssessmentHeightWeightBody FatBody Mass Index
18 Body Mass IndexThis is an indicator of weight related illness, like heart disease, diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure, obesity, etc.BMI Rating18.5 or less UnderweightNormal weightOverweightObese40 or Greater Extremely Obese
21 Cardiovascular Endurance What is your Zone? Maximum heart rate (MHR) = Your Ageexample: yrs old = 205 BPMTarget Heart Rate (THR) =MHR x EX. 205 x .65=133 BPMMHR x EX. 205 x. 85= 174 BPMTarget Heart Rate Range = BPM“In the ZONE” range = BPM
26 Maine Learning results A2:Participate in a variety of health-enhancing physical activities.A4: Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and behaviors needed to maintain or modify levels of fitness.A5: Analyze and compare physical fitness activities.C3: Initiate independent and responsible personal behavior in physical activity.