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8 th Grade Fitness Concepts. Physical Fitness Components: Cardiorespiratory Endurance Muscular Strength Muscular Endurance Muscular Flexibility Body Composition. Muscular Strength. the ability of muscles to exert maximal strength at one time. Benefits to Muscular Fitness.

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8 th grade fitness concepts

8th Grade Fitness Concepts


8 th grade fitness concepts

Physical Fitness Components:

Cardiorespiratory Endurance

Muscular Strength

Muscular Endurance

Muscular Flexibility

Body Composition


Muscular strength

Muscular Strength

  • the ability of muscles to exert maximal strength at one time.


Benefits to muscular fitness

Benefits to Muscular Fitness

  • Boost self-confidence and body image

  • Increased reaction time

  • Increased speed

  • Greater bone density

It’s an investment!


Personal training for muscular endurance vs muscular s trength

Personal Training for Muscular Endurance vs. Muscular Strength

Muscular Endurance

Muscular Strength

Use heavier resistance

Do less repetition(8-12)

Use explosive movements nearly completing the range of motion(don’t lock out joints at the end of the repetition)

  • Use lighter resistance

  • Do high repetitions(15-20)

  • Use deliberate movement focusing on proper technique


Muscular endurance

Muscular Endurance

  • the ability to use muscles for a long period of time.


Body composition relative percentage of fat and lean tissue to total body weight

Body Composition- relative percentage of fat and lean tissue to total body weight.


8 th grade fitness concepts

F.I.T.T. Principle

Frequency – How many times per week one does an exercise

(Is the workout done 3 times per week?)

Intensity- the amount of effortput into an exercise or

exercise session.

Time- How long was the exercise or exercise session?

(10 minutes or 30 minutes)

Type- What type of exercise was being completed

(push ups, curl ups, jogging, etc.)


Isotonic exercise

Isotonic Exercise

  • Exercise in which the muscles contract and cause body parts to move.


Isometric exercise

Isometric Exercise

  • Exercise in which muscles contract but body parts do not move


Progression

Progression

  • increasing the workload in exercise as the body adapts.

Week 4 workload

Week 3 workload

Week 2 workload

Week 1 workload


How does overload relate to muscular strength and endurance

How does overload relate to muscular strength and endurance?

By making your body work hard in the following ways:

  • Exercising more frequently

  • Exercising more intensely

  • Exercising more at one time


Specificity as it relates to muscular strength and endurance

Specificity as it relates to muscular strength and endurance

Choosing the right exercise for your personal conditioning goals. An example would be: lifting weights with arms to make arms stronger.


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