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Class lesson example for fitness

Class lesson example for fitness

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  • 1. Training Principle
    FITT Formula
  • 2. Frequency
    The F in FITT refers to FREQUENCY
    This is how often you work out
    How often should you exercise?
  • 3. How often?
    Minimum of 3 days per week to maintain your level of fitness
    Increase the workout days to increase strength and endurance
    Make sure you give yourself a day off to avaid overtraining
  • 4. Intensity
    The I in FITT refers to INTENSITY
    This is how hard you work
    What are the recommended levels?
    (percentage of maximum heart rate)
  • 5. How hard?
    You should work at 60-85% of your maximum heart rate
    Max=220-your age
  • 6. Type
    The first T refers to TYPE
    What kind of workout are you doing?
    Endurance versus Strength
    What is the difference?
    How would my exercise regimen differ?
  • 7. Differences?
    Muscular strength, muscular endurance, and Cardiovascular endurance are 3 components of health related fitness
    Each requires a different TYPE of exercise
    Are you running? Biking? Lifting weights? Doing Yoga?
    Your sets and repetitions will differ
  • 8. Time
    The other T refers to time
    How long do you exercise?
    What would be the reasons for shorter or longer time?
    Benefits?
  • 9. Short versus long
    You should workout 20+ minutes
    Increasing time will increase calorie burn and usually gains in strength and endurance
  • 10. Your turn
    Make a week long work out plan with a partner.
    Make sure you address all 4 parts of the formula and include what component(s) you plan to focus on.

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