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1 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Self-Assessment 5: FITNESSGRAM 2 Body Composition and Flexibility Chapter 5: Learning Self-Management Skills

2 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Lesson Objectives: Describe the stages of physical activity change. Describe several different self-management skills. Explain how you can use self-management skills for living a healthy life.

3 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Question What is a determinant?

4 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Answer A determinant is a term used to describe a reason why a person is physically active.

5 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Question What is meant by the term skill?

6 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Answer Skill is a term used to describe an ability to perform a specific action directed by the brain and nervous system and carried out by the muscles. Skills in physical activity are also called motor skills.

7 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Question What is a sport skill?

8 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Answer A sport skill leads to success in a sport or a game. For example, hitting a ball is a skill needed to play softball successfully.

9 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Question What is meant by self-management, and what are some self-management skills?

10 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Answer Self-management describes the ability to perform an action that helps you change a behavior, such as becoming active for a lifetime. Some examples include self-assessment, goal setting, self-monitoring, and self-planning.

11 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Question What are the stages of physical activity?

12 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Answer The Stages of Physical Activity are: Couch potato – doing little or no activity Inactive thinker – thinking about beginning activity Planner – planning to be active Activator – beginning an activity program Active exerciser – the ultimate goal: doing regular activity

13 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Question How active are teenagers?

14 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Answer Many teens are not active exercisers. Girls are less active than boys in all types of activity other than flexibility exercises. Activity levels decrease as teens get older.

15 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Question What groups of people are inactive?

16 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Answer People from lower economic groups are less active. More safe play areas and good equipment are available to people with higher incomes. Unfit people are less active than fit people. Older people are less active than young people.

17 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Question What are some essential things people with good self-management skills do?

18 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Answer People with good self-management skills speak with others about helping define priorities. personalize their goals. consider goals for all parts of fitness. learn principles of time management. self-assess and re-evaluate their goals periodically.

19 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Question One self-management skill is performance skill. What are performance skills?

20 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Answer Sport skills Skills used in a job

21 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Question How can good self-management skills enable you to move to a higher stage of physical activity behavior?

22 Lesson 5.1: Learning Self-Management Skills Answer Self-management skills can help couch potatoes get started. people to be more active. active people to be more active.

23 Self-Assessment 5: FITNESSGRAM 2 Body Composition and Flexibility Question What does body mass index measure?

24 Answer Body mass index is an indicator of your body compositionspecifically, how heavy you are. Self-Assessment 5: FITNESSGRAM 2 Body Composition and Flexibility

25 Question What is the difference between body mass index (BMI) and skinfold testing? Self-Assessment 5: FITNESSGRAM 2 Body Composition and Flexibility

26 Answer The BMI indicates how heavy you are. Skinfold testing uses your subcutaneous fat to estimate the proportion of your body mass that is body fat. Self-Assessment 5: FITNESSGRAM 2 Body Composition and Flexibility

27 Question What does the back-saver sit and reach measure? Self-Assessment 5: FITNESSGRAM 2 Body Composition and Flexibility

28 Answer It measures the flexibility of the lower back and the muscles on the back of the thigh (hamstrings). See your workbook for information on how to conduct this test. Self-Assessment 5: FITNESSGRAM 2 Body Composition and Flexibility

29 Question How do you measure your body mass index? Self-Assessment 5: FITNESSGRAM 2 Body Composition and Flexibility

30 Answer Measure your height in inches without shoes. Measure your weight without shoes. If you are wearing street clothes (as opposed to lightweight gym clothing), you can subtract 2 pounds from your weight. Use the body mass index chart in your textbook (p. 81) to determine your body mass index (BMI). Self-Assessment 5: FITNESSGRAM 2 Body Composition and Flexibility


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