active vs. inactive day pedmeter activity

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NAME DATE ACTIVE vs. INACTIVE DAY PEDOMETER ACTIVITY (10 points) Instructions : 1) Wear the pedometer for TWO FULL DAYS . 2) One day consciously try to be as INACTIVE as possible with LIFESTYLE ACTIVITIES . (That means do everything the same as you would normally, but participate in as little lifestyle activity as possible. i.e., take the elevator instead of the stairs, park as close as possible, take the bus to school, get rides everywhere, etc…) 3) The second day consciously try to be as ACTIVE as possible with LIFESTYLE ACTIVITIES . (That means do everything the same as you would normally, but add as much lifestyle activity to your day as possible. i.e., take the stairs instead of the elevator, park far away, walk to school instead of taking the bus, etc…) 4) Complete the table below with the dates, total # of steps, lifestyle activities you avoided or participated in,
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Unformatted text preview: and any comments about each day. INACTIVE DAY ACTIVE DAY Date Total # of steps Lifestyle activities you avoided or participated in Comments FINAL REACTION-Respond to each of the following questions with proper grammar and spelling using COMPLETE SENTENCES. a) After both days have been completed, write a reaction to this activity . Be very thorough and specific in your response to earn full credit. b) Develop another type of pedometer activity that is plausible to perform in GKIN 100 and is interesting to you. You must include WHY you think it would be a beneficial learning activity for students taking this class. (Be creative!)...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2010 for the course GKIN 100 taught by Professor Hansbrough during the Spring '07 term at James Madison University.

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