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    High physical education. I feel like my students don’t do as good a job as they could in evaluating and improving in their physical fitness levels. I also wonder what their attitude is towards continuing on in physical fitness after the class has ended. I believe that using different learning strategies may help students to do a better job of understanding how to improve in their physical fitness levels and may have a positive effect at continuing on with their physical fitness after the class is over. One of the learning strategies that I am looking to incorporate into the curriculum to help students be more successful with their physical fitness levels is cooperative learning. I have developed a cooperative…

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    Physical fitness is best described as people’s ability to perform physical activities. There are five main components of physical fitness and they are as follows: cardiovascular endurance, muscle strength, muscle endurance, flexibility, and body composition. Cardiovascular endurance is the heart and lungs ability to provide the body with the necessary oxygen. Cardiovascular endurance is extremely important because while participating in a physical activity you need to be able to breathe properly…

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    Introduction Health is wealth, and everybody desires good healthy living. Exercise is very important for women life. Health is the state of complete wellbeing not simply the absence of disease. Health and physical fitness is having remained the motto of man from ancient times. Physical fitness is the ability to meet each day demands without becoming exhausted. Physical fitness is that condition of your body that giver buoyancy to living. (John Walsh1966)1. Physical inactivity has been…

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    Physical Fitness Remedial Physical Fitness Trainer was one of my responsibility, while serving in the army. Physical fitness is vital to survival in combat. Failing the physical fitness test, 3 times or being overweight means that the soldier will discharged. Sixty push-ups, 60 sit –up and a two mile run under twenty minutes are minimum requirements. A waiver can be granted for medical reason. A waiver grants extra time needed for recovery from sickness and injuries. Physical Fitness is…

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    This paper focuses on obesity and physical fitness in the United States Army. The corps of Non-Commissioned Officers is entirely responsible for maintaining the fitness of their Soldiers and currently they are failing their Soldiers and the Army. Obesity is on the rise in the U.S. Army and something needs to change. Topics such as removal of fast food chains from Army posts and education about personal health and fitness are some of the areas discussed in this paper. Obesity and Physical…

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    5 components of physical fitness: Muscular strength: The ability of a muscle to exert a maximal force through a given range of motion. In military, muscular strength is particularly important for lifting heavy cargo. The most common method of improving muscular strength is by lifting a weight that is 70% your maximum for 10-12 times. Muscular endurance: The capacity of a muscle to exert a submaximal force through a given range of motion. It’s a combination of strength and endurance that creates…

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    Physical Fitness Exercises Examples physical fitness exercises examples, We have compiled a large list of over 500 physical fitness exercises examples that are created in vivid 3D animated format complete with detailed instructions on how to execute each exercise. You can use these lists as a resource when looking-up various exercises listed in our fitness and bodybuilding workout plans (or anybody else' plans for that matter). We cover every muscle group: chest, biceps, back, triceps,…

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    This fall semester has challenged me in many different aspects of my life. However, the greatest challenge has been the physical component of my life. I’m an athlete, so physical fitness is of the utmost importance. I play volleyball in the fall and run track in the winter and spring. Unfortunately, I have had a series of injuries this semester. I tore parts of my left hamstring which kept me from competing in volleyball for five weeks. When I was finally able to return to volleyball, I incurred…

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    substantial emphasis has been placed on incorporating physical activity into our daily lives. Given the well-known relationship between sedentary lifestyle choices and chronic disease (Boyle et al. 2010; Ganzit & Stefanini 2012; Na & Oliynyk 2011), physical activity promotion has become a Significant goal for University students. As physical activity has grown to be a predominate aspect of preventative medicine, accelerometer-based tracking devices, which encourage self-regulatory data…

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    Physical fitness in America has been in the spotlight for several years now; the American public has become more obese, lazier or overworked, people and kids are less active, and the oversized food packs at fast-food restaurants have become part of the American daily diet for many households. There are so many Americans having trouble finding time to stay fit or waiting on that one wonder-drug that promises to shed their weight quickly and easily. Many Americans have successfully managed their…

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