Life is Athletic… Bring the PERSONAL back.
Agenda: • Welcome Introduction • Activity – Fitness Blast Workout • New Resource Information • Conclusion: Why Are We Doing This?
Welcome Introduction: • George Kourtis, TDSB • Linda Whitmarsh, DDSB • Rasa Augaitis, TCDSB
Activity Details: Component Stations Workout
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
Your Challenge: Keep your lesson relevant to keep it personal!
How can you achieve this goal?
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
Your Instructions: Choose three stations to work on to assist you in achieving the personal goals you have set for yourself.
Your Instructions: For this session, we will use these stations: • Power/Strength • Speed/Agility • Yoga/Pilates
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
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
What do you need to help you teach and present the theory behind today’s lesson?
“Bringing the Personal Back…” New Resource for PAF Course (Grade 11/12) AVAILABLE SPRING 2011 PERSONAL FITNESS: Faster. Stronger. Smarter.
“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
“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
“Bringing the Personal Back…” UNIT 1: FUNCTIONAL FITNESS
“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
“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
“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
“Bringing the Personal Back…” UNIT 2: PROGRAM DESIGN
“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
“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
“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
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
“Bringing the Personal Back…” UNIT 3: SPORT NUTRITION
“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
“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
“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
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
Why are we doing this? • Dignifies the Course • Based on Current Research • Will Align with New Curriculum Expectations
Healthy Bodies = Healthy Minds
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