Assignment 1 FA10 - BODY COMPOSITIONHEALTH INDICATORS OF...

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BODY COMPOSITION ASSESSMENT INDICATORS OF HEALTH Assignment 1 - Semester Plan (60 points total) NAME: Date: G ENERAL I NSTRUCTIONS All fitness testing protocols and charts can be found in the “Fitness Testing” file in the “Assignments” folder on the Blackboard website. Read each protocol carefully before completing the fitness testing . Be sure to respond to all questions with thorough, detailed answers . Type all responses. Staple all of the materials listed in the table in the specified order. Assignment 1 CHECKLIST L OCATION R EQUIREMENT P TS 1 Pg.2 of this document Baseline Step Log /6 2 Pg. 3 of this document Cardiorespiratory Fitness Lab Perform one of the following tests: 1. 12-Minute Run /6 3 Pg. 4 of this document Body Composition Lab 1 . BIA 2. BMI 3. Waist-to-Hip Ratio /6 4 Pg. 5 of this document Muscular Fitness Lab 1. 1 RM Leg Press 2. 1 RM Arm Press 3. 90 ° Push-Ups 4. Curl-Ups /6 5 Pg. 6 of this document Flexibility Lab 1. Sit-and-Reach /6 6 Pg. 7 of this document Personal Fitness Data Sheet /2 7 Pg. 8 of this document Fitness Profile /7 8 Pg. 9 of this document Fitness Goals /7 9 Pg. 10 of this document Wellness Profile /7 10 Pg. 11 of this document Wellness Goals /7 A DD TWO WEEKS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LOGS TO THE END OF T OTAL /60 FALL 2010
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N OTE : If there is any test that you cannot perform for health reasons, look over the tests, estimate your score, and indicate this when completing the lab . This will allow you to write answers for all questions. Be sure to give your reasons for making the estimates and why you think they are good estimates. 2 2
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BASELINE STEP LOG VERY IMPORTANT REMINDERS 1. Be sure the pedometer is secured in a horizontal position with the lid closed . The pedometer will not accurately measure your steps if you are wearing something with a loose waistband. That type of waist often causes the pedometer to fold over into a horizontal position, and it will miss steps. 2.
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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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Assignment 1 FA10 - BODY COMPOSITIONHEALTH INDICATORS OF...

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