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Branches Of Fitness

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Transcript of Branches Of Fitness

The Knowledge Branches Of
Fitness Testing and Training



Unit Overview and Assessment
Unit Outcomes
1 Know the fitness requirements for entry into the uniformed public services

2 Know different methods of fitness training

3 Be able to plan a fitness training programme

4 Be able to monitor and review a fitness training programme.
Assignments And Assessments
2 Assignments
Word Documents x 3 Practical Participation x 2 Self Evaluation

PowerPoint Presentation Personal Information Pack Training Programme Card

End of Outcome Multiple Choice Test Paper


The components of fitness
What is Fitness?
Fitness
1. The state or condition of being fit; suitability or appropriateness.

2. Good health or physical condition, especially as the result of exercise and proper nutrition.
What are the seven
components of Fitness
Speed
Flexibility
Strength
Power
Muscular Endurance
Aerobic Endurance
How fit are you?
Self evaluate your current fitness levels
What we shall cover

Components of Fitness
Fitness Testing
Training Methods
The Human Body
Lifestyles
Nutrition

What is Flexibility?
the range of motion in a joint or group of joints, or, the ability to move joints effectively.


Flexibility:
Benefits of Flexibility
A: To the Individual
B: To the Uniformed Public Services
Speed
What is Speed
Speed:
A. Distance traveled divided by the time of travel.
B. How fast someone/something moves.

Benefits of speed
A. To the individual

B. To the Public Services
How to Train Speed
In your groups, research how an individual can increase their speed.

Provide examples of training methods, as well as sets and repetitions.
Strength and Power
What is Strength?




What is Power?
Strength and Power Definition
Strength: The maximum muscular force applied against a resistance.


Power: The speed of force applied against a resistance.



Benefits of Strength and Power
A: To the individual

B: To the Public Services
To the individual:

1) Increased strength of tendons and ligaments



2) Reduced body fat



3) Increased body muscle
How to Train Strength and Power
In your groups, research how an individual can improve their strength and power for a particular sport.

Provide examples of training methods, as well as sets and repetitions.
Health
Flexibility
How to train
Flexibility
Muscular and
Aerobic Endurance
What is Muscular Endurance?
What is Aerobic Endurance?
Aerobic Endurance:


Muscular Endurance:
Definitions
The ability to repeat an activity for a length of time without becoming tired
The ability to repeat an activity for a length of time before muscle failure
Benefits of Aerobic and Muscular Endurance
A) To the Individual

B) To the Public Services
How to train aerobic and muscular endurance
In your groups, research how an individual can improve their strength and power for a particular sport.

Provide examples of training methods,
as well as sets and repetitions.
Lifestyles
What are lifestyles?
A Lifestyle is the attitudes, habits or behaviour associated with an individual or group
Activity
So, what do we think the components of a lifestyle are?
Discuss your ideas in your group, before presenting one of your ideas to your class
Alcohol
Smoking
Stress
Diet
Physical Activity
Activity 2
Now we know the different components of a lifestyle, in your groups discuss the following:
We all begin our lives as babies. As we grow, what factors in your life could influence your lifestyle?
Geographical Location
Education
Community
Religion
Expectations
Technology
Family
"A way of living that may be considered by others in society as unusual or different."
Alternative lifestyles
Whether we agree with alternative lifestyles is irrelevant. In the Uniformed Public Services you will encounter all kinds of people. Accept it. Get used to it.
Activity 3
Alternative lifestyles
List as many alternative lifestyles as you can.
Punks
Gypsies
Homosexuality
Freegan
Goth
Scientology
Alcohol
What will be covered
What is alcohol?
The history of alcohol
Why do people drink?
How alcohol is consumed
How alcohol affects individuals
The journey of alcohol through your body
The effects of alcohol
The risks of alcohol

Alternative Lifestyle
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