Chap._9_-_Fitness_for_Elem

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Fitness for the Elem. School Child Chapter 9
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Healthy Tips of the Day Switch from ice cream to frozen yogurt Substitute sweet potatoes for regular baked potatoes or fries: vitamin A Add canned beans or a handful nuts to your salad Take the stairs, not the elevator Keep a stock of low calorie snacks on hand Grab the cell phone and go for a walk Try spices and seasonings “powders” instead of salt or seasoning salt
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Two Approaches to Developing Fitness Exercise approach: the traditional way calisthenics: running jogging, the sole purpose is to develop fitness, can discourage people, regimented, very structured, not the best approachable PA approach: participation is most enjoyable, recommended by experts for children Importance for the performance in certain sports Relies on genetic make-up-skill related fitness You need to have the core before you to the others
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Components of Physical Fitness
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Sample Fitness Activities Aerobic capacity:
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