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    Fitness Trends

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    Fitness trends for 2016 Overview Fitness and health are dynamic and keep on changing year in year out unlike trends that come and go sometimes unnoticed. There are many ways of keeping fitness and more so in 2016. Keeping fit has health, physical, and psychological benefits to a person. A healthy a person with strength and minimal fat in body can easily be recognized. A strong looking and muscular is becoming an image of a wee-being and a health person that is trending in 2016. Making it personal Having personal training seasons is going to grow, become popular and trend in 2016. Many people will be looking for professionals who are certified in order to help them in working out of personal training. Personal training is known to produce positive results than being in a group. Matt Kelly a specialist trainer believe that to be fit, health and happy is a long…

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    History Fitness training dated all the way back to the ancient Greeks who trained athletes for the Olympic Games which was originally started in 776 B.C. Although, personal training as a career did not start until the 1900’s by a man people called the “Father of Modern Fitness” named Jack Lalanne. Lalanne motivated many Americans through his television show and at his local gyms, Bally Gyms, to be involved in daily exercise as preventative medicine. Eighty years later personal training…

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    What is the aim of this exercise plan? My aims for this exercise plan can be divide into two categories: • Performance – improving the way your body performs for example getting stronger and faster • Looks – improving the way your body looks for example building muscle or losing weight It is also important to include the Components and Principles of Fitness when deciding and clarifying the aims The Components of Fitness are; • Heart Related 1. Muscular Strength - defined as the maximum amount…

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    The components of fitness are defined as the constituents that make up one’s physical fitness or his or her ability to function effectively at physical activity. Physical fitness is helpful in many aspects and is something anyone can achieve. The four most basic components of fitness are Cardiorespiratory Endurance (CR), Muscular Strength and Endurance, Flexibility, and Body Composition. Cardiorespiratory endurance is the ability of the heart to provide oxygen to the body. This is a highly…

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    Lab 2.1 Fitness Essay

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    accomplish all my daily activities within my original schedule. The adjustments that I made to the plan are very beneficial in regards to my overall general health, but as well as my fitness goals to live a long healthy life. For lab 3.2 developing an exercise program for cardiorespiratory endurance my goals had changed from the original assignment. My Final goals basically stayed the same improving physical appearance, general health, but I also added the goal of completing a triathlon. My…

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    Goal Statement My goal is to create a specific fitness routine that I can follow every week and make it into a habit and part of my life style. I would also like to lose ten pounds over the next six weeks, or at least turn that fat into muscle. Part of my goal is to start walking and jogging at least two times a week for a total of about three hours per a week. I am also going to include a weight lifting portion where I do resistance training at least once a week. I already eat pretty healthy…

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    2. What is the purpose of fitness testing in a highschool setting physical education/fitness class? (provide at least 4 examples) The purpose of fitness testing in a highschool setting is to allow you to gauge your current level of fitness and assess what you need to get better at and plan out a course of action to approaching these goals. An example of this could be that all of your scores for the different exercises are high except for the 500 meter row. This could mean that your weakness is…

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    Body Fitness Program By steve carve Nov 10, 2013 Body fitness is one of the most important essentials of our life. Someone has truly said that health is wealth. We can give our best only when we are at our best. A healthy body leads to healthy mind and soul. Before deciding workout your exercises you must keep in mind the aim of your workout, and result you want from your exercises. If you are striving for gaining weight then you must focus on some hard strength training and endurance training…

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    The website www.lifetimefitness.com is dedicated in helping their clients to achieve total health, athletic aspirations, and fitness goals. They are a health club that offers a variety of programs such as nutrition and holistic approach to wellness and world class training. The website includes categories in sports, fitness, family, total health, lifestyle, and athletic events. Life Time Fitness also operates over 118 fitness centers around the United States and Canada. I would rate this website…

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    Fitness And Fitness

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    My generation has become a technology based society using their time on social media, television and other entertainment sources. Therefore, I believe I could help inform our society more about physical activity and fitness as a whole to help them change their lives and become a healthier, confident selves. Fitness or physical activity for can be broken down into three categories. Firstly, maintaining a consistent training schedule whether it is cardio, or in the weight room will help develop a…

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