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1 PPL 10M Understanding the Concepts of Healthy Active Living

2 Description Students will develop the concept of healthy active living and its components in a personal context. They will focus on developing an understanding of the benefits of health- related fitness and the importance of these components to active living.

3 Overall Objectives demonstrate improvement in personal health-related physical fitness use appropriate decision-making skills to achieve goals related to personal health demonstrate knowledge of guidelines and strategies that enhance participation in recreation and sport activities

4 Specific Objectives describe the benefits of each health-related fitness component and the relationship to active living (e.g., the relationship of cardiovascular fitness to increased stamina and lower risk of heart disease, healthy eating to improved well-being)

5 Getting Started Health practices that have been shown to extend life include.... I am currently active in the following activities.... I think my fitness level is… My attitudes toward physical fitness are shaped by..... I could improve my fitness if....

6 Healthy Living What is your definition of healthy living?

7 Healthy Active Living Definition A combination of preventative measures to enable a person to deal with daily activities. Preventative measures involve nutrition, emotional wellness, personal hygiene, and exercise.

8 Benefits What do you think are the benefits of healthy active living?

9 Barriers What do you think are the barriers to healthy active living?

10 Physical Fitness Define in your own terms physical fitness.

11 Physical Fitness Physical fitness is a set of attributes a person has in regards to a person's ability to perform physical activities that require aerobic fitness, endurance, strength, or flexibility and is determined by a combination of regular activity and genetically inherited ability.

12 5 Components of Fitness Body Composition Cardiorespiratory Flexibility Muscular Endurance Muscular Strength

13 Body Composition The make up of lean and fat tissue in the body. Lean tissue is composed of muscle, bone and organs. Fat tissue is actually composed of three different categories: essential fat, storage fat and non- essential fat. Essential and storage fat are both necessary for normal bodily function, while non-essential fat serves no real purpose.

14 Body Mass Index English BMI Formula BMI = ( Weight in Pounds / ( Height in inches ) x ( Height in inches ) ) x 703 Metric BMI Formula BMI = ( Weight in Kilograms / ( Height in Meters ) x ( Height in Meters ) )


16 BMI Analysis What the BMI numbers mean: Below 18.5 Underweight 18.5 – 24.9 Normal 25.0 – 29.9 Overweight 30.0 and Above Obese

17 CardioRespiratory Cardio (heart) + respiratory (lungs) Heart pumps oxygenated blood to living tissue to function Aerobic vs Anaerobic

18 Muscular Endurance Ability for a muscle to repeat an action over a period of time.

19 Muscular Strength The ability of a muscle to press against an object at maximum effort with one time effort – all out effort!

20 Flexibility Ability to move around a joint with a full range of motion.

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