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Physical Education – Aerobic Conditioning and Weight Training II

Outcomes

Upon completion of Aerobic Conditioning and Weight Training 2, students will meet the following outcomes.

Motor Skills and Movement Patterns

  • Demonstrates proficiency in various movements including push, pull, hip dominant and knee dominant movements.
  • Analyzes FitnessGram data to identify areas that need improvement (healthy fitness zone).

Concepts and Strategies

  • Designs an aerobic conditioning program that includes overload, progression, and specificity.
  • Articulates the use of best practices when attempting to improve aerobic conditioning levels.
  • Applies principle of overload to increase intensity of weight training and aerobics activities (F.I.T. principle).
  • Synthesizes a personal fitness plan that builds off of a student’s baseline fitness goal.

Physical Activity and Fitness

  • Compares and contrasts various types of weight training programs and understand their application.
  • Compares and contrasts various types of aerobic conditioning programs and understand their applications.
  • Diagrams and explains the function of circulatory and respiratory system during exercise.
  • Identifies prime mover and antagonist of weight training exercises.
  • Identifies exercises that improve stabilizers muscles and core stability.
  • Compares and contrasts slow and fast twitch muscle fiber properties.
  • Evaluates personal fitness levels based off of daily fitness logs.

Personal and Social Behavior

  • Models proper lifting and spotting techniques for all exercises.
  • Applies personal modifications to safety rules to each workout
  • Analyzes video of partners performing weight training exercises and spotting form.
  • Incorporates out of school fitness into their weekly fitness regimen.
  • Formulates a list of potential fitness opportunities outside of the classroom.
  • Summarizes the effect of increased levels of fitness on the student’s life.

Recognizes Value of Physical Activity

  • Analyzes relationship between nutrient timing and weight training goals to increase fitness levels
  • Analyzes calories needs for weight management goals.
  • Exhibits safety rules and appropriate behavior during aerobic activity.
  • Incorporates out of school fitness into their weekly fitness regimen.
  • Formulates a list of potential fitness opportunities outside of the classroom.