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Welcome to PE1 FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS

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Transcript of Welcome to PE1 FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS

Welcome to PE1
FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS

COURSE OUTLINE
ASSESSMENT STRATEGY
Sources Nature Weight (% of
Final Grade)

(2) Long Exams Individual 50%

Interactive Hand-outs Group 20%

Physical Fitness Tests,
Participation in Poster Making,
Individual/ 20%
Food Festival Games,
Group
Group Report & Other Activities


Physical Fitness Tests Individual 10%
Student Guide for Physical Education 1
The course provides students
with adequate information and
interpretation of physical fitness through
a study of how the body
responds
, adjusts,

and
adapts
to exercise and physical
activities. It further cultivates an appreciation
for the value of fitness thereby motivating
students to develop and maintain a personal
fitness program.

COURSE DESCRIPTION
At the end of the course, you will gain an understanding and appreciation of the human body and its relation to exercise.

COURSE GOAL
1. identify and explain the effects of
physical activities as related to physical, social, mental and emotional health;
At the end of the semester, you should be able to:
COURSE OBJECTIVES
2. analyze the human organism: its structure,
functions and limitations in relation to
exercise;
3. evaluate your fitness level using the Physical
Fitness Testing Guide
4. formulate, develop, and
perform exercise programs from
which a personal fitness regimen can be
designed in accordance with the Principles
of Physical Fitness Training and the Fitness
Training Systems
Prerequisite/Course Materials

This course is required for all UPLB students in their first two years

A set of selected interactive hand-outs (by chapter) is available for photocopying. Instructions for the Physical Fitness Testing will be provided.
I. Introduction to Physical Fitness
A. Definition of Fitness
B. Benefits of Exercise
C. Problems of Inactivity
D. Facts and Fallacies of Fitness
II. Components and Parameters of Physical Fitness
A. Health-Related Fitness Components
1. Cardiovascular Endurance
2. Muscular Strength
3. Muscular Endurance
4. Flexibility
5. Body Composition
B. Skills-Related Fitness Components
1. Speed 4. Reaction Time
2. Agility 5. Balance
3. Power 6. Coordination
III. Principles and Methods
of Physical Fitness Training
A. Individual Differences
1. Age 2. Sex
B. Overload
1. Frequency 2. Duration
3. Intensity
C. Reversibility
D. Specificity
E. Time Pattern
F. Exercise Precaution
IV. Physical Fitness Tests
A. 12 Minute Walk/Bench Step Test
B. Abdominal Curl
C. Sit and Reach
D. Push-up
E. Body Mass Index (Body Fat
Percentage)

FIRST LONG EXAM
V. Overview of Physical
Fitness Training Programs
A. Calisthenics C. Circuit Training
B. Pulse-Rated system D. Weight Training

VI. Stress Management

A. Definition of Stress C. Symptoms of Stress
B. Common Causes of Stress
D. Different Ways of Coping w/ Stress

VII. Nutrition

A. Major Nutritional Constituents
1. Carbohydrates
2. Proteins
3. Fats
4. Vitamins
5. Minerals
6. Water
B. Eating and Exercise
1. Digestion & Rigorous Exercise
2. High Energy Food & Rigorous
Exercise
3. Caffeine and Exercise
4. Obesity
C. Eating Disorders
1. Anorexia Nervosa
2. Bulimia Nervosa
SECOND LONG EXAM
Week 6-7
Week 8-9
Week 12-13
Week 10-11
Week 4-5
Week 1-3
Principles and Methods of Physical Fitness Training
A.Individual Differences
1. Age
2. Sex
B.Overload
1. Frequency
2. Duration
3. Intensity
C. Reversibility
D. Specificity
E. Time Pattern
F. Exercise Precaution
Physical Fitness Tests
A. 12 Minute Walk/Bench Step Test
B. Abdominal Curl
C. Sit and Reach
D. Push-up
E. Body Mass Index (Body Fat Percentage)
Overview of Physical Fitness Training Programs
A. Calisthenics
B. Pulse-Rated system
C. Circuit Training
D. Weight Training
Effects of Exercise/Training on Selected Body Systems
A. Circulatory System
B. Respiratory System
C. Muscular System
D. Excretory System
Introduction to Physical Fitness
1. Definition of Fitness
2. Benefits of Exercise
3. Problems of Inactivity
4. Facts and Fallacies of Fitness
Components and Parameters of Physical Fitness
1.Health-Related Fitness Components
a. Cardiovascular Endurance
b. Muscular Strength
c. Muscular Endurance
d. Flexibility
e. Body Composition
2. Skill-Related Fitness Components
a. Speed
b. Agility
c. Power
d. Reaction Time
e. Balance
f. Coordination
Stress Management
A. Definition of Stress
B. Common Causes of Stress
C. Symptoms of Stress
D. Different Ways of Coping with Stress
Week 14-15
Nutrition
A. Major Nutritional Constituents
1. Carbohydrates
2. Proteins
3. Fats
4. Vitamins
5. Minerals
6. Water
B. Eating and Exercise
1. Digestion and Rigorous Exercise
2. High Energy Food and Rigorous Exercise
3. Caffeine and Exercise
4. Obesity

Week 16-17
Orientation, Discussion, Recitation, Briefing on Poster Making (Group Work for Group Competition)
Discussion, Recitation Fitness Activities: Group games related to the components Clinic visit for fat analysis and to check BMI
Interactive Hand-outs
Discussion, Computation for Training Pulse Rate (Intensity/Overload) Games
Interactive Hand-outs
Discussions/Demonstration on Fitness Activity Tests Laboratory: Test and Measurements
Evaluation of Physical Fitness Test Results
1st Long Exam
Discussion, Laboratory activities: Class work
Group Work for Poster Presentation
Class Discussions
Group Discussion
Interactive Hand-outs
Group planning for Group Project
Class Discussions
Group Discussion
C. Eating Disorders
1. Anorexia Nervosa
2. Bulimia Nervosa
Discussion and Film Showing
Group Written Report
Food Festival
Individual Reaction on the Film
2nd Long Exam
Group Presentation
Contact Information
I am Prof. Naomi M. Enriquez... and you may call
me Ma'am Noh. I will be with you throughout the
semester... waking you up every time you are about to
sleep. You may see me or visit me in my office at the
Dept. of Human Kinetics at Copeland Gym.


If you have any relevant inquiries and too shy to say
them during class hours, you may contact me in my
e-mail address: naomi_enriquez8@yahoo.com
In case of EXTREME urgency, you may contact
me at 09178619863
GRADING SCALE
96 – 100 = 1.0
91 – 95 = 1.25
86 – 90 = 1.5
81 – 85 = 1.75
76 – 80 = 2.0
71 – 79 = 2.25
66 – 70 = 2.5
61 – 65 = 2.75
60 = 3.0
0 – 59 = 5.0
HOUSE RULES
We will follow the University Rule on Attendance.

No make-up for missed exams and activities will be given unless absence is medical in nature and a valid excuse slip/letter from the UHS is presented.

All written reports must be written in English. Plagiarism and cheating are discouraged and will be punished.

Everyone is encouraged to take
active participation in class
discussion and recitation.
...I hope you will find
this course not only as
a required course but
relevant and
interesting. I wish you
all the best in your
studies this semester!
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