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EXERCISE

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EXERCISE
FLEXIBILITY
BENEFITS
STRENGTH
EXERCISE &
DIFFERENT AGES

REQUIREMENTS
The Needs of the Body
RATES OF OBESITY
Physical Fitness
Consists of those components of physical fitness that have a relationship with good health.
Health-related physical fitness
FITNESS
Person's ability to perform physical
activity without undue fatigue.
Skill-related Fitness
Enable a person to participate in sports and other physical activities.
Components of Physical Fitness
Consists of those components of physical fitness that have a relationship with good health.
Organic Vigor & Body Composition
Strength
The ability of the muscle to exert effort against resistance.
Endurance
the capacity to bear or last long in a certain task without tiring.
relates to the range of motion
available at a joint.
Flexibility
Balance
Speed
relates to the maintenance of equilibrium while stationary or moving.
is the ability to perform a movement or cover a distance in a short period of time.
Coordination
the ability to integrate the senses with muscle movement.
Power
ability of the muscle to release maximum force in the shortest period of time.
Agility
the ability of an individual to change direction of position in space with quickness in movement.
Reaction Time
to initiate a movement as a result of a given stimulus
- Control Weight
- Strengthen bones & muscles
- Improve mental health & mood
- Boost energy
- Improves sleep
- Increase lifespan
- Reduce Risk of Diseases
USE OF EXERCISE TO
FIGHT DISEASE
CARDIOVASCULAR
DISEASE
Regular exercise lowers blood pressure, helps maintain a healthy weight and reduces cholesterol—all major factors in the prevention of heart disease.
ARTHRITIS
A disease causing painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints.
DIABETES
Obesity is one of the leading causes of type 2 diabetes. In type II diabetes, a individual either produces insufficient amounts of insulin or produces sufficient or even excess insulin; but their cells are resistant to the insulin.
CANCER
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, regular exercise
(along with quitting smoking) may lower your risk of many cancers.
OBESITY
Excessive accumulation of body fat that presents negative effects to health.
A crude population measure of obesity is the Body Mass Idex (BMI).
Metabolic Syndrome
A condition in which you have some combination of too much fat around the waist, high BP,low HDL cholesterol, high triglycerides, or high blood sugar.
Body Mass Index (BMI)
is an approximate measurement derived from your height and weight.
BMI can be calculated by dividing a person's weight (in kilograms) by the square of their height (in metres).
BMI Weight Status
Below 18.5 Underweight
18.5—24.9 Normal
25.0—29.9 Overweight
30.0 + Obese
The ratio of muscle to fat in the body
CARDIOVASCULAR
ENDURANCE
The ability of your heart, lungs, and blood vessels to send fuel and oxygen to your tissues during long periods of physical activity.
MUSCULAR ENDURANCE
The ability of a muscle to exert force repeatedly without fatiguing.
ENDURANCE
HOW DO YOU
IMPROVE ENDURANCE?
What are some health benefits of Cardiovascular Exercise?
What are the benefits of Muscular Endurance?
AEROBIC ACTIVITY
ANAEROBIC ACTIVITY
&
Requires oxygen and consists
of lower intensity activities
performed for longer periods
of time.
Common types of aerobic exercise
include walking, jogging, swimming,
and biking.

Anaerobic Exercise uses muscles
at a high intensity and a high rate
of work for a short period of time.
Anaerobic exercise is very high intensity or at your maximum level of exertion. Examples include sprinting, weight lifting or any rapid burst of hard exercise.

Lactic Acid contributes to muscle
fatigue and must be burned up before another bout of anaerobic exercise can
be attempted.
The body's ability to move through a full range of motion injury and pain free.
There are 2 groups of muscles at work :
Agonistic muscles which cause the movements to take place and
Antagonistic muscles which oppose and determine the amount of flexibility
STATIC FLEXIBILITY VS DYNAMIC FLEXIBILITY
Involves gradually easing into the stretch position and holding the position.

Amount of time a static stretch is held may be anything from 6 seconds to 2 minutes.
Consists of functional based exercises which use sport specific movements to prepare the body for movement.
Short but intense stretching with moving.
The muscles ability to exert maximum force at a given time.
How to build Muscular Strength
WORK OUT
PROPER DIET
REST
MAXIMUM
EXPLOSIVE
RESISTANCE
(POWER)
(ISOTONIC EXERCISE)
The ability to expend
energy in one explosive
act or in a series of
strong sudden movements
as in jumping, or
projecting an object
as far as possible.

ex. Shotput, High Jump

Resistance exercise
stimulates the
development of small proteins in muscle cells,
which will in
turn enhance your
muscles' ability to
generate force.
ex. Weight Training
The greatest force
that is possible in
a single maximum
contraction.
F.I.T.T.
PRINCIPLE
FREQUENCY
INTENSITY
TIME
TYPE
FREQUENCY
INTENSITY
TIME
TYPE
HEART RATE
How do you find your THR zone?
TRAINING HEART RATE
RESTING
HEART RATE
MAXIMUM
HEART RATE
60 - 90 % of your
Maximum Heart Rate
Ranges from 60 - 80 beats per minute
Your maximum heart rate is about 220 minus your age
OLDER ADULTS (65+)
Recommendation for 150 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity per
week.
ADULT (18 - 64)
150 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity per
week.
CHILDREN ( 5-11)
& YOUTH (12-17)
at least 60 minutes of moderate- to vigorous intensity physical activity per day .
CANADIAN
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
GUIDELINES
COMMON EXCUSES
I'm too Tired
I'm very busy,
I don't have any time!
I'm too fat.
I'm out of shape.
I just ate.
It's too hot/cold!
Make sure to get vigorous-intensity aerobic activity on at least three days of the week, and include muscle-strengthening and bone strengthening activities on at least three days of the week.
Doubling the amount of activity (5 hours moderate- or 2-1/2 hours vigorous-intensity aerobic activity) provides even more health benefits. Adults should also aim to do muscle-strengthening activities at least two days a week.
Older adults who cannot meet the guidelines for healthy adults because of chronic conditions should be as physically active as their abilities and conditions allow.
NATIONAL PICTURE
In 2008, 37% of Canadian adults were measured as overweight, and 25% as obese. In 2005, 35% were measured as overweight and 24% as obese.
YOUTH
REGIONS
In 2011, the overweight rate was the lowest in Brtitish Columbia (30%). British Columbia also had the lowest obesity rate (14%). Newfoundland and Labrador had the highest overweight rate (40%), and obesity rate (29%).
24% of boys were overweight or obese, compared with 17% of girls. Among girls, 83% were neither overweight nor obese, compared with 76% of boys.


The Maritimes and the three territories had the highest obesity rates from 2000 to 2011 — more than 30 per cent of the population in these regions is estimated to be obese.
Obesity in Canada is a growing health concern, which is expected to pass smoking as a leading cause of preventable morbidity and mortality.
This represents a burden of 3.96 billion on the Canadian Economy each year.
Canada ranked 35th on the 2007 list of fattest countries.
In children, obesity has substantially increased between 1989 and 2004 with rates in boys increasing from 2% to 9%.
F
I
T
T
CARDIOVASCULAR
ENDURANCE
FLEXIBILITY
MUSCULAR
ENDURANCE
MUSCULAR
STRENGTH
3-5 times
everyday
3-5 times
3-5 times
60 - 90 %
1-3 repetitions
Hold for
10-30 seconds
15- 60 mins.
15- 60 mins.
10- 20 mins.
30- 60 mins.
15 repetitions
1-3 sets
8-12 exercises
1-3 sets
8-12 repetitions
8-12 exercises
swimming
basketball
dance
cross country
marathons
rugby
gymnastics
pilates
diving
cheerleading
Weight Training
Push ups
Lunges


Weight Lifting
Body Building
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