Last modified: April 26, 2019
Fit for Life
Fit for Life is a general course in physical education with fitness and wellness components. The fitness component will be activities such as; aerobic dancing, circuit training and toning, power walk and run, team and individual sports. The wellness component will be classroom activities focusing on nutrition, eating disorders, body composition testing, and injuries.
Assignments & Power Point Presentations
- Chapter 1 PowerPoint
- CH 1 Worksheet
- Chapter 2 PP
- Chapter 2 Worksheet
- Chapter 3 PP
- Chapter 3 Worksheet
- Intro. to Weights Power Point
- Calculating Target Heart Rate
- Chapter 7 PP
- Chapter 7 Worksheet
- Chapter 8 PP
- Chapter 8 Worksheet
- Unit 3 (Ch 7 &8) Review
Participation Make-Up Assignments :
Options 1: PAPER MAKE-UP
SUBMIT MAKE-UP ASSIGNMENT to firstname.lastname@example.org Include your Name, Date, Class Period, Date(s) missed, Topic of your Paper Write a one page, single spaced, 12 pt font, 1 inch margin, Times New Roman font, paper and turn in no later than one week of your absences
- How running improves my overall health
- The importance of strength training.
- Why staying hydrated is crucial to my health.
- The importance of eating breakfast.
- How childhood obesity is becoming an epidemic.
- Dangers of sugar consumption
Option #2 – Run/Walk a dog
You can run/walk a dog for participation make-up points. You have two options
- Walk your dog(s) for 45 minutes and keep track of your distance. If you’re dog is old this is probably the best option:)
- Take your dog(s) for a two mile run and keep track of your time.
MAKE SURE TO TAKE A SELFIE OF YOU AND THE DOG ON YOUR WALK!
Next, write a paragraph including the following
Name, Date, Class Period, Date(s) missed
If you choose option one or two
Time and Distance
Dogs name, age, breed, and your selfie!
Turn in no later than one week of your absence.
*If you don’t own a dog, see if your neighbor, friend or relatives dog is available.
If not, you’re writing a paper or running three miles instead:)
Option #3 – Run
If you don’t have a dog, or you don’t want to write a paper, running is your final make-up option. You need to run three miles. Yes three miles.
Next Turn in a paragraph including the following
THEN YOU HAVE TWO OPTIONS TO PROVE YOU WORKED OUT
*Where you ran
*How long it took you
*Four selfies. I need to see sweat:)
The first selfie has to be taken with your face and watch showing your start time. Example 5:30 p.m. or 12:15 p.m. NOT 00:00 on a stop watch. The actual time of day.
The second, third and fourth selfies need to be taken with your face showing your time at the end of each mile. Mile one, two and finally three.
If you have a smart watch that will track your distance, time, calories, heart rate etc., you can simply send me the workout summary. No selfies needed.
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