Physical Activity for Life.ppt

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Physical Activity For Life
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Physical Activity And Skills-Related Fitness Lesson 1
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Lesson 1 Standards 1.1 Analyze how behavior can impact health maintenance and disease prevention. 3.1 Analyze the role of individual responsibility for enhancing health. 3.2 Evaluate a personal health assessment to determine strategies for health enhancement and risk reduction. 6.4 Implement a plan for attaining a personal health goal
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Lesson 1 Objectives The student will: - explain the difference between lifestyle activities and sports activities - Describe the six basic measures of skills-related fitness - Assess their abilities at each of the skills
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Physical Activity Any form of movement – whether purposeful, as in exercise and sports or recreation, or incidental, as when carrying out domestic chores Broken down into lifestyle activities and sports activities
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Lifestyle vs. Sports Activities Lifestyle Activities – forms of physical activity that are a normal part of your daily routine and that promote good health throughout a lifetime Sports Activities – usually involve competition and are guided by a set of rules Individual Partner Nature
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Skills-Related Fitness Divided into 6 categories 1. Agility – the ability to control the body’s movements and to change the body’s position quickly 2. Balance – the ability to remain upright either while standing still or moving 3. Coordination - the ability to use 2 or more body parts together well, or to use the senses along with the body parts
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4. Speed – the ability to move a distance or complete a body movement in a short period of time 5. Reaction Time – the rate of movement once a person realizes the need to move 6. Power – the ability to use force with great speed
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Physical Activity And Total Health Lesson 2
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