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Recap – Health related components of fitness Skill related components of fitness Fitness testing. Healthy Active Lifestyles. Learning Objectives: Know what makes a healthy, active lifestyle. Understand the benefits of participating in physical activity. Health.

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    1. Recap –Health related components of fitnessSkill related components of fitnessFitness testing

    2. Healthy Active Lifestyles Learning Objectives: Know what makes a healthy, active lifestyle. Understand the benefits of participating in physical activity.

    3. Health In pairs come up with a list of things that you think could affect your health. You have four minutes Ready , steady, GO…!!!

    4. Health Personal Hygiene Lifestyle Diet Emotional Health Alcohol and Drugs Environmentt Safety

    5. Health Health is not merely the absence of illness or disease. For you to be classed as healthy you need to have developed each of the following components:

    6. Fitness Fitness can be defined as the ability to meet the demands of the environment. Everyone has their own natural fitness level; everyone will have different requirements to maintain their own minimum level of fitness.  

    7. Exercise Exercise is the participation in an activity that requires physical effort which exerts your muscles in order to sustain or improve your health and fitness.

    8. Feedback……????? • How many summersaults (360 degree rotation) does this gymnast complete? • The not so good!!!!

    9. Do you think you live a healthy active lifestyle?

    10. Benefits of Physical Activity • Improve health • Enjoyment • Mental challenge Increase fitness Feel good Relieve stress Increase confidence

    11. The effects of lack of exercise on physical performance

    12. World’s Fittest ManJoe whathisface • Before • •GUINNESS WORLD RECORD, • 24-Hour Physical Fitness Challenge, 2000 To break the world record Joe completed the following 13 events in under 24 hours: Cycling 100 miles, Running 10 miles, Hiking 10 Miles, Power walking 5 miles, Kayaking 6 miles, Swimming 2 miles, NordicTrack 10 miles, Rowing 10 miles, Ab Crunches 3000, Push-ups 1100, Jumping Jacks 1100, Leg Lifts 1000, Weight lifting, 278,540 lbs. • After

    13. To live a healthy active lifestyle you have to be……?

    14. The benefits of participating in physical activity Benefits Physical Social Mental

    15. Taking part in physical exercise • Eating a balanced diet • Avoiding harmful substances Health The ability to concentrate • Sustaining friendships

    16. Task 1 From the knowledge you have gained: • Describe why you participate in the sports you do. • Analyse your lifestyle, what is good, what could be improved (physical, mental, social). • Evaluate what you could change in your lifestyle?

    17. Social Benefits • Development of team work and cooperation • Mix with similar people of interests • Fulfilment of being part of a team • Overcoming challenges • Increase self worth • Chance to meet new people and make friend

    18. Physical benefits of exercise • Burns up stored fat • Can increase life expectancy • Less prone to injury • Cardiovascular movement • Improves flexibility • Bone strengthening • Improves muscular tone and posture • Improves body image • Look good/feel good

    19. Mental benefits of exercise • Satisfaction of own performance • Improves self esteem • Increase confidence • Personal development • Reduce stress and tension • Life problems can be forgotten • Provides opportunity for success • Develops a sense of being part of something • Can relieve aggression • Gives enjoyment • Can provide excitement • Promotes the feel good factor

    20. F.I.T.T • In order for any physical activity to be of value to a persons physical fitness it must meet the FITT principles • F – frequency = between 3-5 times a week • I – intensity = heart rate must be at 60% of max • T – time = work for more than 20 minutes • T – type = the exercise should suit the sport

    21. Physical activity – A stress and tension reliever • Detoxify • Opportunity of introspection • Endorphins • Moving mediation • Building the immune system • Better sleep • Anger management • Reduction in muscle tension • Increased awareness • Decreased boredom

    22. How physical activity stimulates the individual • Co-operation • Competition • Physical challenge • Aesthetic appreciation • Development of friendships and social mixing

    23. Exam Questions Performance is defined as ‘how well a task is completed’. Explain how exercise and fitness can affect performance. (a) (i) Exercise ............................................................................................................................... ............................................................................................................................... (ii) Fitness ............................................................................................................................... ............................................................................................................................... (b) Health is defined as a ‘state of complete mental, physical and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity’ (i) How might physical activity have a positive effect on physical health? ............................................................................................................................... ............................................................................................................................... (ii) How might physical activity have a negative effect on physical health? ............................................................................................................................... ...............................................................................................................................