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INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL FITNESS. WHY AND HOW TO EXERCISE?. WHY EXERCISE?. Exercise: 7 benefits of regular physical activity Strengthen your cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Keep bones and muscles strong Manage your weight Prevent and manage diabetes

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introduction to physical fitness

INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL FITNESS

WHY AND HOW TO EXERCISE?

why exercise
WHY EXERCISE?
  • Exercise: 7 benefits of regular physical activity
    • Strengthen your cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
    • Keep bones and muscles strong
    • Manage your weight
    • Prevent and manage diabetes
    • Ease depression and manage pain and stress
    • Reduce your risk of certain types of cancer
    • Sleep better

Exercise for health and a longer life…..

definition
DEFINITION
  • Physical activity is defined as any form of muscular activity which results in the expenditure of energy proportional to muscular work, and is related to physical fitness.
  • Exercise represents a subset of physical activity that is planned, with a goal of improving or maintaining fitness.
skeleton
SKELETON

206 bones in a human body

muscles
MUSCLES

630 muscles in a human body

physical activity fitness
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY (FITNESS)
  • SOCIAL FITNESS
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL FITNESS
  • PHYSICAL FITNESS
  • EMOTIONAL FITNESS
  • SPIRITUAL FITNESS
  • HEALTH
  • MOTOR PERFORMANCE
fitness for health
FITNESS FOR HEALTH
  • Body Composition
  • Cardiovascular Fitness
  • Flexibility
  • Muscle Endurance
  • Strength
fitness for skill motor
FITNESS FOR SKILL (MOTOR)
  • Agility
  • Balance
  • Coordination
  • Power
  • Reaction Time
  • Speed
body mass index bmi
BODY MASS INDEX (BMI)

BMI = Weight (kg)

Height2 (m2)

Eg: = 65 = 65 = 23.30

(1.67 X 1.67) 2.7889

  • Underweight <18.5
  • Normal 18.9 – 24.9
  • Overweight 25.0 – 29.9
  • Obesity 30.0 – 39.9
  • Extremely Obese >40
principle of exercise
PRINCIPLE OF EXERCISE
  • Over Load

FITT Concept

- F = Frequency (>3 times/week)

- I = Intensity (Follow E.P.R)

- T = Time (>30 mins/session)

- T = Type (Oxigen, major muscle, LSD)

  • Progression
    • Easy – Difficult
    • Light – Heavy
    • Little – More
principle of exercise1
PRINCIPLE OF EXERCISE
  • Specificity
  • Main purpose of the work-out
  • Reversibility
  • Stop  Back to Zero…..
  • Variation
  • Balance muscle work-out
how to exercise
HOW TO EXERCISE

1. Warm up + Dynamic stretching

2. Aerobic workout (Example: jogging, brisk walking, swimming or aerobic dancing)

3. Cooling Down + Static stretching

thank you

THANK YOU

“FITNESS FOR HEALTH”

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