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F.I.T.T. Principle 12 th Grade Health By Jeff Tomkinson F.I.T.T Principle How often Number of times an activity or exercise is performed per week. Determined by recovery time Highly intense workouts require longer recovery times How hard

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f i t t principle

F.I.T.T. Principle

12th Grade Health

By Jeff Tomkinson

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How often

  • Number of times an activity or exercise is performed per week.
  • Determined by recovery time
    • Highly intense workouts require longer recovery times
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How hard

  • Level of difficulty one is working during an activity or exercise.
  • Varies with each component of fitness
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Duration

  • Amount of time spent per activity or exercise.
  • Varies for each component of fitness
  • Greater the intensity, the less time required
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Mode of activity

  • The kind of activity or exercise one decides to engage in.
  • Varies with each component of fitness
  • Relies mostly on personal fitness goals and preferences
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Cardiovascular Endurance

Flexibility

Muscular Strength and Endurance

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F – 3-5 times per week

  • I – 65-90% of maximum heart rate
  • T – 20-60 minutes
  • T – Running, swimming, biking, stair climbing, rowing, walking, etc.
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F – 2-3 times per week

  • I – Higher repitions (12-20) and lighter weight for endurance; lower repitions (5-10) and heavier weight for strength
  • T – Varies depending on workouts
  • T – Free weights, weight machines, bands, cable machines, bodyweight, etc.
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F – 2-3 times per week

  • I – Stretch to point of slight tension or mild discomfort
  • T – No less then 10 seconds per stretch
  • T – Static, Ballistic (dynamic), PNF, active isolation