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    • 1. Y DEVELOPMEN T
    • 2.  From the time that you were born, physical development has been an important part of your development.  You have been undergoing different stages of development physically, emotionally, spiritually, socially and mentally.  However you need to be exposed to many forms of physical activity while in school.
    • 3.  During your previous years, you were exposed to the different development of basic skills, movement exploration and self testing activities along with the team-oriented sports.  As a teenage, you still need to develop your young physique. You must be fit in order to be in good health.
    • 4. A. PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
    • 5.  Physical fitness as a part of the Physical Education subject, strives to help or facilitate the development of the potentialities of the individual to be able to attain total fitness and enable hi/her to enjoy “good life”
    • 6. PHYSICAL FITNESS
    • 7.  The capacity to carry out one’s daily task without undue fatigue and still have ample reserve energy to enjoy leisure time and unforeseen emergencies.
    • 8. B. PRINCIPLE OF PHYSICAL FITNESS TRAINING
    • 9. Physical fitness program are designed to improve: 1. Individual muscular strength 2. Endurance and resistance to fatigue 3. Work output and efficiency
    • 10. ACTIVITY PRINCIPLES
    • 11. 1. Overload principles which states that improvement in physical fitness is achieved by continuously and progressively subjecting the body into increasing load. In applying overload principle, the ff. factors are considered. a. Intensity Duration Frequency of training exercise b. c.
    • 12. 2. Specifically, in physical fitness training, you get what you train for. In order to improve all aspects of physical fitness, one must include in his training program different exercises to develop each component of fitness.
    • 13. 3. Time for exercise should be governed by the inclination and time table of the individual. Definite periods of exercise established and maintained. should be
    • 14. C. PULSE RATE AS BASIC NEED IN FITNESS TRAINING
    • 15.  The most important angle indicator of wellbeing, stress or illness in your body is your pulse, for it gives you any change that may be taking place in you as a person, whether such change is brought about by physiological or physical factor.
    • 16. Charlene C. PREPARED BY: Agbisit