3/4/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move a     CLOjoint through a full range of         I will verbally critique amo...
Answers 3/4/13               Flexibility exercises include:• Active (Dynamic) Stretches-   •   Before a workout           ...
3/5/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move                               CLOa joint through a full range   I will verb...
Answers 3/5/13The potential benefits of flexibility include:   • Reduced risk of injury   • Increased stability   • Enhanc...
3/7/13Flexibility:                CLOThe muscles’ ability to        I will verbally                            brainstorm ...
Answers 3/7/13•   Prepare the body for activity•   Reduced risk of injury•   Increased stability•   Enhanced sports perfor...
3/8/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move   CLOa joint through a full range   I can perform a properof motion.       ...
Answers 3/8/13A Proper warm-up consists of:   • Low intensity cardio (increase heart rate)     followed by dynamic stretches
3/15/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move a   CLOjoint through a full range ofmotion.                          I wil...
Answers 3/15/13•   Maintain and/or increase current flexibility level•   Reduces muscle soreness•   Allows heart rate to r...
3/18/13                            CLOFlexibility:                    After watching myThe muscles’ ability to     video I...
Answers 3/18/13A Proper cooldown consists of:   • Low intensity cardio (decrease heart rate)     followed by static stretc...
3/19/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move a                                 CLO                                     ...
Answers 3/19/13• Frequency = 3-7 days per week• Intensity= slight discomfort• Time = 5-20 minutes per day• Type = static o...
3/19/13Quiz Today                CLO                              I will demonstrate my                          understan...
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  1. 1. 3/4/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move a CLOjoint through a full range of I will verbally critique amotion. partner’s Breast stroke technique by giving 1 piece of positive feedback and 1• Do Now: list at least 3 piece of constructive examples of feedback. exercises/activities that help improve your flexibility. Agenda 1. Warm-up 2. Breast stroke arms sequence 3. Basketball
  2. 2. Answers 3/4/13 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. 3. 3/5/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move CLOa joint through a full range I will verbally tellof motion. Alonso the sets, reps, rest time, tempo, and• Do Now: How could weight I should use increased flexibility help when working on you in sports, exercise or muscular endurance. daily life? Agenda 1. Warm-up 2. Individual workout # 2 3. Cooldown
  4. 4. Answers 3/5/13The potential benefits of flexibility include: • Reduced risk of injury • Increased stability • Enhanced sports performance • Reduced stress • Increased mood • Improve posture
  5. 5. 3/7/13Flexibility: CLOThe muscles’ ability to I will verbally brainstorm with mymove a joint through a partner to find a way tofull range of motion. complete each race successfully. Agenda• Do Now: Why is it 1. Warm-up important to warm-up 2. Breast stroke arm before sport or technique exercise? 3. Teamwork racesShow Ms. Rose your answer 4. Basketball
  6. 6. Answers 3/7/13• Prepare the body for activity• Reduced risk of injury• Increased stability• Enhanced sports performance• Improve posture
  7. 7. 3/8/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move CLOa joint through a full range I can perform a properof motion. warm-up without teacher guidance.• Do Now:• What are the 2 parts of a Agenda (600y goal) proper warm-up? 1. Warm-up• What order should they 2. Workout (Ana) be performed in? 3. Tag (change a rule)Show Ms. Rose your answer
  8. 8. Answers 3/8/13A Proper warm-up consists of: • Low intensity cardio (increase heart rate) followed by dynamic stretches
  9. 9. 3/15/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move a CLOjoint through a full range ofmotion. I will verbally describe to a partner benefits of performing a proper• Do Now: Why is it important cool down after to cool-down after sport or exercise. exercise? Agenda• Show Ms. Rose or Lisa your answer 1. Warm-up 2. Breast stroke practice 3. Lap swim 4. Play Volleyball
  10. 10. 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
  11. 11. 3/18/13 CLOFlexibility: After watching myThe muscles’ ability to video I can verballymove a joint through a critique my own Breast stroke technique byfull range of motion. giving 1 piece of positive feedback and 1 piece of constructive feedback.• Do Now:• What are the 2 parts of 1. Warm-up Agenda a proper cool down? 2. 3. Breast stroke sequence (Demo) Stations• What order should 4. 1. Partner, video, BC sprint, FC laps. Cool down they be performed in?
  12. 12. Answers 3/18/13A Proper cooldown consists of: • Low intensity cardio (decrease heart rate) followed by static stretches
  13. 13. 3/19/13Flexibility:The muscles’ ability to move a CLO I will verbally identify to ajoint through a full range of partner my area of focus whenmotion. working on my Breast stroke and describe how I will improve in that area.• Do Now: What do you think the FITT principle Agenda recommendations are for 1. Warm-up flexibility? 2. 7 min swim F- 3. Play basketball I- 4. Cooldown T- T-
  14. 14. Answers 3/19/13• Frequency = 3-7 days per week• Intensity= slight discomfort• Time = 5-20 minutes per day• Type = static or dynamic stretches
  15. 15. 3/19/13Quiz Today CLO I will demonstrate my understanding of Flexibility, warm-ups and cooldowns on a clicker quiz.• Do Now: Take out your “Do Nows” to review• Hand in “Do Nows” on Agenda the green chair 1. Flexibility Quiz 2. Individual workout # 2 3. Cooldown

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