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  1. Life is Athletic… Bring the PERSONAL back.

  2. Agenda: • Welcome Introduction • Activity – Fitness Blast Workout • New Resource Information • Conclusion: Why Are We Doing This?

  3. Welcome Introduction: • George Kourtis, TDSB • Linda Whitmarsh, DDSB • Rasa Augaitis, TCDSB

  4. Activity Details: Component Stations Workout

  5. Your Students: • Will learn about Functional Fitness • Will learn about goal setting and have set goals • Will identify their needs and wants • Will know components of fitness to focus on • Will understand that everyone can be an athlete

  6. Your Challenge: Keep your lesson relevant to keep it personal!

  7. How can you achieve this goal?

  8. For this workshop… • Imagine you are one of your students • Today your teacher has set up 6 stations • Each station emphasizes a different fitness component

  9. Your Instructions: Choose three stations to work on to assist you in achieving the personal goals you have set for yourself.

  10. Your Instructions: For this session, we will use these stations: • Power/Strength • Speed/Agility • Yoga/Pilates

  11. Your Instructions: • You will be given a handout with instructions • Complete the Fitness Blast workout • Record your accomplishments • There will be reflection time at the end

  12. So what did we do in the example lesson …? • Addressed the functional side of exercise • Allowed students to identify and work on their personal goals • Challenged students physically

  13. What do you need to help you teach and present the theory behind today’s lesson?

  14. “Bringing the Personal Back…” New Resource for PAF Course (Grade 11/12) AVAILABLE SPRING 2011 PERSONAL FITNESS: Faster. Stronger. Smarter.

  15. “Bringing the Personal Back…” • Personal Fitness: Faster. Stronger. Smarter. • Presents principles of movement, fitness design, and sports nutrition • Builds upon research connecting exercise to brain development • Incorporates Long-Term Athlete/Participant Development (LTA/PD) model • Aligned with newly revised curriculum in Ontario

  16. “Bringing the Personal Back…” • New Resource for PAF Course (Grade 11/12) • Thompson Educational Publishing • Student Textbook • Student Activity Handbook • Teacher’s Resource Binder • Online Support

  17. “Bringing the Personal Back…” UNIT 1: FUNCTIONAL FITNESS

  18. “Bringing the Personal Back…” 1. FUNCTIONAL FITNESS • Life is Athletic • Components of Fitness • What is Functional Fitness? • Importance of the Core • Movement Competency • Training Principles • Factors That Limit Training Outcomes • Long-Term Athlete Development • Sound Body, Sound Mind

  19. “Bringing the Personal Back…” 2. EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON BODY SYSTEMS • The Physiological Benefits of Exercise • Exercise and the Energy System • Exercise and the Cardiovascular System • Exercise and the Respiratory System • The Effects of Exercise on the Skeletal System • Exercise and the Muscular System • Exercise and the Nervous System • Exercise and the Brain

  20. “Bringing the Personal Back…” 3. GETTING READY TO TRAIN • Perfect Practice Makes Perfect • Warming Up / Cooling Down • Functional Movement Screening • Exercise Selection • Equipment Safety • Common Injuries and Prevention • Environmental Conditions

  21. “Bringing the Personal Back…” UNIT 2: PROGRAM DESIGN

  22. “Bringing the Personal Back…” 4. FITNESS FOR OVERALL HEALTH • Appraising Fitness • Pre-Appraisal Screening • What is Body Composition? • What is Aerobic Fitness? • What is Musculoskeletal Fitness? • What is Flexibility? • Musculoskeletal Fitness – Composite Screening

  23. “Bringing the Personal Back…” 5. PERFORMANCE LEVEL FITNESS • Core Training • Measuring for Speed and Agility • Measuring for Muscular Strength • Measuring for Power • Measuring for Endurance • Plyometric Training • Yoga and Pilates

  24. “Bringing the Personal Back…” 6. PERSONAL FITNESS AND PROGRAM DESIGN • Short and Long-Term Goals • Needs Analysis • Speed and Agility Development • Muscular Strength and Power Development • Endurance Development • Periodization • Sample Programs

  25. Your students will learn: • How to assess personal fitness • Key concepts relating to “Overall Health” and “Performance Level Fitness” • How to set meaningful goals • How to improve fitness levels • The skills needed to build personal fitness programs

  26. “Bringing the Personal Back…” UNIT 3: SPORT NUTRITION

  27. “Bringing the Personal Back…” 7. FUNDAMENTALS OF SPORT NUTRITION • Food Guides and Performance • Macronutrients • Micronutrients • Energy Balance • Carbohydrates and Performance • Protein and Performance • Fats and Performance

  28. “Bringing the Personal Back…” 8. ERGOGENIC AIDS • Types of Ergogenic Aids • Hormones and Drugs • Dietary Supplements • Immune System Boosters • Energy Drinks • Need of Supplementation • Supplements and Doping Issue

  29. “Bringing the Personal Back…” 9. NUTRITION FOR OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE • Eating Strategies for Female Athletes • Hydrating for Performance • Power and Strength Athletes • Endurance Athletes • Special Populations • Vegetarian and Vegan Athletes • Pre/During/Post Game Meal Planning

  30. Your students will learn: • “You are what you eat.” • The importance of good sport nutrition • How to tailor nutrition plans to complement fitness goals • Skills to create a personalized sport nutrition plans

  31. Why are we doing this? • Dignifies the Course • Based on Current Research • Will Align with New Curriculum Expectations

  32. Healthy Bodies = Healthy Minds

  33. Contact Us to Learn More: Toll Free: 1-877-366-2763 Email: info@thompsonbooks.com Website: www.thompsonbooks.com