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Unformatted text preview: Aarya Chopra Name _____________________________________________ Unit 1 Activity Log (See the Extended Exercise List of physical activities at the end of this document for ideas on being physically active.) Student Information Student’s Name: Physical Activity Goal: Aarya Chopra To become more active and wanting to exercise more everyday to become healthier. Teacher: Total Physical Activity Minutes: 40 minutes of activity each school day OR 200 minutes for every 5 days of school Day Description of Activity # of Minutes Doing the Activity Take a moment to self-reflect on your activities for each day. Describe the enjoyment, self-expression, challenge, and/or social benefits experienced. I feel like the drills my coach had me do helped my skill and improved me as a player 1 2 Walk with Dogs 45 I really enjoyed waking up early and walking with my dogs and enjoying the early morning. Dance Practice 60 I was energized and I enjoyed seeing my friends. Doing Chores 60 I dont like doing picking up the dogs poop in the hot sun and i also hate vacuming. I also hate having to clean my room and mop the floors Work out 30 This made me feel very good about myself and wanting to do it more. Bike ride 30 It felt so good feeling the wind in my hair and the wind helping me and the speed. Volleyball Practice 90 I feel like the drills my coach had me do helped my skill and improved me as a player 3 4 5 REMINDER: Be sure to save your work as you go. You will upload this activity log near the conclusion of Unit 1 (in Lesson 5) for your teacher to grade. How to save: ● Before you submit this PDF near the end of each unit, be sure to save all changes to your computer after each edit. Use the “Save As” and “Save” options under the “File” tab to save your document after each edit. Unit 2 Activity Log (You’re encouraged to try different activities than those you completed in Unit 1. See the list at the end of this document.) Student Information Student’s Name: Physical Activity Goal: Aarya Chopra To become more active and wanting to exercise more everyday to become healthier. Teacher: Mrs.Ortiz Total Physical Activity Minutes: 40 minutes of activity each school day OR 200 minutes for every 5 days of school Day Description of Activity # of Minutes Doing the Activity Take a moment to self-reflect on your activities for each day. Describe the enjoyment, self-expression, challenge, and/or social benefits experienced. Zumba 60 I went to Zumba with my mom and my sister and I had so much fun and I enjoyed the music Volleyball Practice 90 We practiced drills and we also did some conditioning because we lost our game, which is ok because it helps. walk with dogs 30 It was so nice in the afternoon and it was so much fun seeing y dogs look happy and have engergy. workout 20 I loved having extra energy in the morning after my work out. I also had fin with my sister picking up do poop 10 It was hot and it smelt so bad. Why cant dogs poop in a toilet and flush it ? 1 2 3 4 5 REMINDER: Be sure to save your work as you go. You will upload this activity log near the conclusion of Unit 2 (in Lesson 10) for your teacher to grade. How to save: ● Before you submit this PDF near the end of each unit, be sure to save all changes to your computer after each edit. Use the “Save As” and “Save” options under the “File” tab to save your document after each edit. Unit 3 Activity Log (You’re encouraged to try different activities than those you completed earlier. See the list at the end of this document.) Student Information Student’s Name: Physical Activity Goal: Aarya Chopra To become more active and wanting to exercise more everyday to become healthier. Teacher: Mrs.Ortiz Total Physical Activity Minutes: 40 minutes of activity each school day OR 200 minutes for every 5 days of school Day Description of Activity # of Minutes Doing the Activity Take a moment to self-reflect on your activities for each day. Describe the enjoyment, self-expression, challenge, and/or social benefits experienced. Volleyball Practice 90 I loved seeing my team mates and I love playing the sports and having fun playing games and doing drills wash dishes 5 I really hate washing dishes and I really dont want to, but when i put music on it makes it so much better Volleyball Practice 90 We did the normal drills and games. I practiced on my position. Walking the dogs 10 It was nice and it was so nice to get out and see the dogs happy and I loved seeing and feeling the wind Volleyball game 90 We had 3 games, 3 sets each and we won all of them and we were so happy and after that we went out to celebrate together 1 2 3 4 5 REMINDER: Be sure to save your work as you go. You will upload this activity log near the conclusion of Unit 3 (in Lesson 15) for your teacher to grade. How to save: ● Before you submit this PDF near the end of each unit, be sure to save all changes to your computer after each edit. Use the “Save As” and “Save” options under the “File” tab to save your document after each edit. Unit 4 Activity Log (You’re encouraged to try different activities than those you completed earlier. See the list at the end of this document.) Student Information Student’s Name: Physical Activity Goal: Teacher: Total Physical Activity Minutes: 40 minutes of activity each school day OR 200 minutes for every 5 days of school Day Description of Activity # of Minutes Doing the Activity Take a moment to self-reflect on your activities for each day. Describe the enjoyment, self-expression, challenge, and/or social benefits experienced. 1 2 3 4 5 REMINDER: Be sure to save your work as you go. You will upload this activity log near the conclusion of Unit 4 (in Lesson 20) for your teacher to grade. How to save: ● Before you submit this PDF near the end of each unit, be sure to save all changes to your computer after each edit. Use the “Save As” and “Save” options under the “File” tab to save your document after each edit. Unit 5 Activity Log (You’re encouraged to try different activities than those you completed earlier. See the list at the end of this document.) Student Information Student’s Name: Physical Activity Goal: Teacher: Total Physical Activity Minutes: 40 minutes of activity each school day OR 200 minutes for every 5 days of school Day Description of Activity # of Minutes Doing the Activity Take a moment to self-reflect on your activities for each day. Describe the enjoyment, self-expression, challenge, and/or social benefits experienced. 1 2 3 4 5 REMINDER: Be sure to save your work as you go. You will upload this activity log near the conclusion of Unit 5 (in Lesson 25) for your teacher to grade. How to save: ● Before you submit this PDF near the end of each unit, be sure to save all changes to your computer after each edit. Use the “Save As” and “Save” options under the “File” tab to save your document after each edit. Unit 6 Activity Log (You’re encouraged to try different activities than those you completed earlier. See the list at the end of this document.) Student Information Student’s Name: Physical Activity Goal: Teacher: Total Physical Activity Minutes: 40 minutes of activity each school day OR 200 minutes for every 5 days of school Day Description of Activity # of Minutes Doing the Activity Take a moment to self-reflect on your activities for each day. Describe the enjoyment, self-expression, challenge, and/or social benefits experienced. 1 2 3 4 5 REMINDER: Be sure to save your work as you go. You will upload this activity log near the conclusion of Unit 6 (in Lesson 30) for your teacher to grade. How to save: ● Before you submit this PDF near the end of each unit, be sure to save all changes to your computer after each edit. Use the “Save As” and “Save” options under the “File” tab to save your document after each edit. The Unit 6 Activity log is your final submission. Congratulations on all of your hard work! Extended Exercise List • aerobics • badminton • baseball • basketball • baton twirling • bicycling • billiards • bowling • boxing/kickboxing • calisthenics • canoeing • cardio machines • cardio tennis • cheerleading • children’s games • circuit training • cricket • croquet • cross-country skiing • CrossFit • curling • curves • dancing • darts • diving • downhill skiing • fencing • field hockey • foot bag • football • gardening • golf • gymnastics • handball • hang gliding • hiking/backpacking • hockey • horseback riding • horseshoe pitching • hunting • in-line skating • jai alai • juggling • kayaking • lacrosse • lawn & garden • lawn bowling • lawn mowing/gardening • lifting/hauling • marching • martial arts • motocross • mountain biking • mountain climbing • Nordic walking • orienteering • paddleball • paddleboard (standing up or prone) • Pilates • polo • racquetball • rock climbing • roller skating • rope jumping • rowing • rowing machine • rugby • running • sailing • scuba diving • shuffleboard • skateboarding • skating • ski jumping • skiing • skiing—cross-country • skiing—downhill • skimobiling • skydiving • sledding • snorkeling • snow shoveling • snowboarding • snowmobiling • snowshoeing • soccer • softball • squash • stationary bike • stretching • surfing • swimming • table tennis • tai chi • tennis • track and field • trampoline • trap & skeet • unicycling • video exercise workouts • video games—activity promoting • volleyball • walking • walking stairs • wallyball • water aerobics • water jogging • water polo • water skiing • water walking • weight training • white water rafting • wrestling • yoga ...
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