5 Components of Fitness and the Fitt Principle


4.1 Identify and define the concepts of physical fitness.
4.3 a Describe and demonstrate proper warm-up and cool-down procedures when participating in p.a.
4.3b Define the training principles of overload, progression, and specificity.
4.3c Describe the FITT principle.
4.3d Calculate resting, target and maximum heart rate as it relates to personal fitness planning.
4.4 Apply proper safety practices when participating in physical activity.
4.5.1a Assess individual health-related fitness levels by measuring flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, and body composition.
4.5.1b Design a personal fitness plan.
4.5.1c Select aerobic and anerobic activities needed for successful participation in lifetime activities.
4.6 List the health problems associated with inadequate levels of health-related fitness.
4.7 Distinguish between fact and fallacies as related to fitness products, services, and marketing.
4.8 Discuss the social, emotional, physical and mental benefits associated with participation in physical fitness activities.
4.9 Identify resources and facilities in the community that promote physical fitness and wellness.

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