Develop a Fitness Program for a Squad

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Develop a Fitness Program for a Squad/Section Practical Exercise 1 The five components of fitness are: cardio respiratory endurance (CR), muscular strength, muscle endurance, flexibility, and body composition. 2 The seven recognized Principles of Exercise are: regularity, progression, balance, variety, specificity, recovery, and overload. 3 The three phases of conditioning are preparatory, conditioning, and maintenance. 4 The seven step planning process is: analyzing, develop a fitness objectives, assess the unit, determine the training requirements, develop fitness tasks, develop training schedule, and evaluate the training. 5 The three groups that may need a special PT plan are: APFT failures without a profile, soldiers on medical profiles, and over 40 and new arrivals. 6 FITT means frequency, intensity, time, and type. 7 Three stretching techniques are: ballistic, static, and passive. 8 Flexibility is the proper term for the ability to move the joints or any group of joints
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Unformatted text preview: through an entire normal range of motion. 9 The three distinct steps in planning daily physical training activities are: minimum frequency of training, determine the type of activity, and determine the intensity and time. 10 The unit commander should coordinate with medical professionals when designing a physical fitness program for Special Population Soldiers. 11 The components of motor fitness are: speed, agility, muscle power, nand-eye coordination, and eye-foot coordination. 12 Five activities that place an extra demand on your cardiovascular and respiratory systems are: running, swimming, walking, road marches, and cycling. 13 For muscle strength, exercise time equates the number of repetitions. 14 Balance during a training program can help to reduce injuries. 15 Running or walking burns 100 calories per mile....
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course ECON ALC taught by Professor Mrrawlins during the Spring '12 term at Federal University of Technology.

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