3/5/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move CLOa joint through a full range I will discuss with myof motion. partner how we could improve our Cha Cha performance.• Do Now: list at least 3 examples of Agenda exercises/activities that 1. Warm-up – Cha Cha routine help improve your 2. Add to our Cha Cha routine flexibility. 3. Cooldown
Answers 3/5/13 Flexibility exercises include:• Active (Dynamic) Stretches- • Before a workout • High kicks, hen pecks, knee hugs• Static Stretches- • After a workout • Toe touch, hen peck, figure 4• Yoga- Flexibility/Muscular Endurance workout • Includes both active and static stretches
3/7/13 CLOFlexibility: With my partner I can performThe muscles’ ability to the Cha Cha routine on themove a joint through a rhythm and verbally correct eachfull range of motion. other as needed. Agenda 1. Warm-up: Cha Cha reviewDo Now: What benefits 2. Finish learning choreographycould increased flexibility 3. Practice for performancesgive you in your daily life? tomorrow.
3/8/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move a CLOjoint through a full range of I can assess myself andmotion. my peers in writing using the Cha Cha grading rubric. Agenda• Do Now: Why is it 1. Warm-up- Practice Cha important to warm-up Cha before sport or exercise? 2. Cha Cha performances 3. Yoga to cooldown
Answers 3/8/13• Prepare the body for activity• Reduced risk of injury• Increased stability• Enhanced sports performance• Improve posture
3/13/13Flexibility: CLOThe muscles’ ability to move a I can verbally explainjoint through a full range of the parts of a warm-motion. up to my partner. Agenda• Do Now: 1. Warm-up 2. Hip Hop- first 16 counts• What are the 2 parts of a 3. Cool down proper warm-up?• What order should they be performed in?
Answers 3/13/13A Proper warm-up consists of: • Low intensity cardio (increase heart rate) followed by dynamic stretches
3/15/13Flexibility: CLOThe muscles’ ability to I can verbally critique a partner on the first 16 counts ofmove a joint through a hip hop.full range of motion. Agenda 1. Warm-up (first 16 counts) 2. Partner critique• Do Now: Why is it 3. Learn next 16 counts important to cool-down 4. Cool down after sport or exercise?
Answers 3/15/13• Maintain and/or increase current flexibility level• Reduces muscle soreness• Allows heart rate to return to a normal rate• Increases stability• Improves posture• Enhance future sports performance
3/18/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move CLOa joint through a full range I will verbally explainof motion. the parts of a cooldown to a partner using• Do Now: complete sentences.• What are the 2 parts of a proper cool down? Agenda• What order should they 1. Warm-up – review 32 counts be performed in? 2. Learn next 8 counts 3. Cool down
Answers 3/18/13A Proper warm-up consists of: • Low intensity cardio (decrease heart rate) followed by static stretches
3/19/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move CLO I will physically perform anda joint through a full range record in writing a personalizedof motion. workout focused on cardio and working my 5 major muscle groups.• Do Now: What do you think the FITT principle Agenda recommendations are for 1. Warm-up flexibility? 2. Individual workouts 3. Cool down
Answers 3/19/13• Frequency = 3-7 days per week• Intensity= slight discomfort• Time = 5-20 minutes per day• Type = static or dynamic stretches
3/21/13Practice Day! CLO I will verbally critique my groups hip hop performance using complete sentences. Agenda 1. Warm-up 2. Practice 3. Rotating critiques 4. Cool down
3/22/13Quiz Today CLO I will demonstrate my understanding of Flexibility, warm-ups and cooldowns on a clicker quiz.• Do Now: Take out your Agenda “Do Nows” to review 1. Flexibility Quiz• Hand in “Do Nows” on 2. Individual workout # 2 the green chair