A healthy lifestyle combines good nutrition and
physical fitness.
It is a balance that improves the quality of life and
de...
• Most chronic illnesses,
such as heart diseases,
are a result of
cumulative unhealthy
lifestyles.
•What is done in
childh...
WHAT DOES PHYSICAL
ACTIVITY DO FOR THE
BODY?
WHAT DOES PHYSICAL
ACTIVITY DO FOR THE
BODY?
•Helps
Control
Weight
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Healthy
Bones
Lean Muscles
Joints
I feel better
already!
BUILDS AND
MAINTAINS
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
REDUCES
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
REDUCES
Body fat percentage
Blood pressure in some
adolescents with hypertensi...
Well-being benefits
Enhances your emotional well-being.
Reduces stress, tension, anxiety and depression.
Improves the qual...
Physical Activity
Exercise
Physical Fitness
Physical activity is something you do that involves
movement and expends
energ...
Good nutrition + physical
fitness = healthy lifestyle
It is important to make physical activity a part of your
daily routi...
Cardio respiratory
endurance
Walking, jogging, swimming,
cycling, and aerobic
exercises increase cardio
respiratory endura...
Components
of
physical fitness:
The five components of physical fitness work together to
create a healthy balance.
•Cardio...
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
MAY PREVENT OR
DELAY
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY MAY
ALSO REDUCE
Risk of dying prematurely.
Risk of dying from heart
disease.
Risk of developing diabe...
PROMOTES BRAIN
GROWTH &
DEVELOPMENT
Research Indicates that
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
WHICH LEADS TO
IMPROVED COGNITIVE
PERFORMANCE
BRAINDEVELOPMENT
RESEARCHINDICATESTHATPHYSICAL
ACTIVITY
•Improves Short-
Term Memory.
•Builds Heavier,
More Synaptic
Rich ...
by increasing the numberof brain capillaries.
This happens with regular aerobic
exercise.
This is a great
day for a jog.
A...
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IS
IMPORTANT• Improves cardiovascular and respiratory functioning
• Reduces coronary artery disease (CAD...
PRESCHOOL THROUGH
ELEMENTARY
Examples are:
Walking
Running
Jumping
Changing speed of movement
Changing direction of m...
BEFORE THE
AGE OF 10
YEARS…
• Motor skills and pathways
need to be continually
developed and reinforced.
At about age 10,...
THROUGH MIDDLE AND HIGH
SCHOOL
 Require the learner to develop new
motor skills.
 Challenge the learner beyond the
basic...
Brain research clearly suggests:
Physical Education improves academic
performance.
Why is Physical Education
Important?
...
HOW MUCH ACTIVITY
IS NEEDED FOR
ADULTS?
•Perform 20-30 minutes
of aerobic activity 3-5
times per week.
•Incorporate lifelo...
WHY IS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
IMPORTANT?
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY…
• Any athletic, recreational or occupational activities
that require physical skills and utilizes stren...
IMPACT
• Schools that promote physical activity may have a
significant impact on reducing childhood obesity,
chronic disea...
Tips for getting started
Here are some tips to help you get started:
Talk to your doctor if you have health concerns.
Choo...
Schedule time
for physical activity
Knowing how important fitness is to your health
does not automatically make it easy to...
The sun may set today,
but when it rises tomorrow,
you can exercise!
You havebeen agreat
audience. Thank you.
THE END
REFERENCES
Gurunanand9, 2014; physical education
Loricrum, 2011; physical education
Sepie,2011; physical education
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    1. 1. A healthy lifestyle combines good nutrition and physical fitness. It is a balance that improves the quality of life and decreases your risk of health problems. Is physical activity part of your life?
    2. 2. • Most chronic illnesses, such as heart diseases, are a result of cumulative unhealthy lifestyles. •What is done in childhood and youth affects health later in life.
    3. 3. WHAT DOES PHYSICAL ACTIVITY DO FOR THE BODY? WHAT DOES PHYSICAL ACTIVITY DO FOR THE BODY? •Helps Control Weight
    4. 4. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY Healthy Bones Lean Muscles Joints I feel better already! BUILDS AND MAINTAINS
    5. 5. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REDUCES PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REDUCES Body fat percentage Blood pressure in some adolescents with hypertension Feelings of anxiety Feelings of depression Moodiness
    6. 6. Well-being benefits Enhances your emotional well-being. Reduces stress, tension, anxiety and depression. Improves the quality of your sleep. Increases your mental capacity, improves your productivity. Improves your self-esteem.
    7. 7. Physical Activity Exercise Physical Fitness Physical activity is something you do that involves movement and expends energy. Exercise is a physical activity that is planned or structured. It is movements that are designed to make your body stronger. Physical fitness is something you acquire. It is a
    8. 8. Good nutrition + physical fitness = healthy lifestyle It is important to make physical activity a part of your daily routine. A healthy lifestyle is a combination of good nutrition and physical fitness. Remember, fitness is a life-long commitment of time and effort.
    9. 9. Cardio respiratory endurance Walking, jogging, swimming, cycling, and aerobic exercises increase cardio respiratory endurance.Cardiorespiratory endurance or cardiovascular conditioning is the ability to do moderate to vigorous activity over a period of time. It shows how well your heart and lungs work together to supply oxygen to your body during exertion. Cardiorespiratory endurance activities also burn fat while
    10. 10. Components of physical fitness: The five components of physical fitness work together to create a healthy balance. •Cardiorespiratory endurance or cardiovascular conditioning •Muscular strength •Muscular endurance •Flexibility •Body composition
    11. 11. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY MAY PREVENT OR DELAY
    12. 12. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY MAY ALSO REDUCE Risk of dying prematurely. Risk of dying from heart disease. Risk of developing diabetes. Risk of developing colon cancer.
    13. 13. PROMOTES BRAIN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT Research Indicates that PHYSICAL ACTIVITY WHICH LEADS TO IMPROVED COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE
    14. 14. BRAINDEVELOPMENT RESEARCHINDICATESTHATPHYSICAL ACTIVITY •Improves Short- Term Memory. •Builds Heavier, More Synaptic Rich Brains.
    15. 15. by increasing the numberof brain capillaries. This happens with regular aerobic exercise. This is a great day for a jog. Activity improves cognitive performance Regular exercise helps provide more glucose and oxygen to the brain. Regular exercise also helps remove waste products like carbon dioxide. Aerobic activity 3-4 days per week optimizes brain performance!
    16. 16. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IS IMPORTANT• Improves cardiovascular and respiratory functioning • Reduces coronary artery disease (CAD) risk • Increased quality of life. • Beneficial improvements in cardiovascular and respiratory function include: • An increased ability of exercising muscles to consume oxygen, • Lowered resting and exercise heart rates, • Increased stamina • Resistance to fatigue • More effective management of diabetes • Reduced bone-mineral loss • Decreased blood pressure • Increased efficiency of the heart.
    17. 17. PRESCHOOL THROUGH ELEMENTARY Examples are: Walking Running Jumping Changing speed of movement Changing direction of movement Maintaining balance while the body is in motion Focus on developing basic motor skills needed for human movement. To Increase Brain Growth & Development
    18. 18. BEFORE THE AGE OF 10 YEARS… • Motor skills and pathways need to be continually developed and reinforced. At about age 10, the brain begins prioritization.  Only the most practiced skills are kept and preserved. Physical Activity will reinforce and strengthen connections through sensory and motor experiences. In order to promote brain growth and development
    19. 19. THROUGH MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL  Require the learner to develop new motor skills.  Challenge the learner beyond the basic motor skills they should already possess.  Variety is the key! People continue to develop motor pathways in the brain. After 10 years of age and How dothey do that?
    20. 20. Brain research clearly suggests: Physical Education improves academic performance. Why is Physical Education Important? that sensory and motor experiences are imperative to reinforcing and strengthening brain connections.
    21. 21. HOW MUCH ACTIVITY IS NEEDED FOR ADULTS? •Perform 20-30 minutes of aerobic activity 3-5 times per week. •Incorporate lifelong wellness activities almost daily. •Follow appropriate active lifestyle diet.
    22. 22. WHY IS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IMPORTANT?
    23. 23. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY… • Any athletic, recreational or occupational activities that require physical skills and utilizes strength, power, endurance, speed, flexibility, range of motion or agility to increase physical fitness.
    24. 24. IMPACT • Schools that promote physical activity may have a significant impact on reducing childhood obesity, chronic disease, and, ultimately, adult mortality. • As research has shown physical activity has been associated with increased academic performance, self- concept, mood, and mental health, the promotion of physical activity and exercise may also improve quality of life.
    25. 25. Tips for getting started Here are some tips to help you get started: Talk to your doctor if you have health concerns. Choose activities you enjoy. Recruit a partner for support and encouragement. Set realistic goals. The key to a lifetime of fitness is consistency.
    26. 26. Schedule time for physical activity Knowing how important fitness is to your health does not automatically make it easy to incorporate physical activity into your life. There are 1,440 minutes in every day. MyPyramid recommends you get moderate to vigorous physical activity most days of the week. 30 minutes to reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes and some cancers. 60 minutes to prevent weight gain in adulthood.
    27. 27. The sun may set today, but when it rises tomorrow, you can exercise!
    28. 28. You havebeen agreat audience. Thank you. THE END
    29. 29. REFERENCES Gurunanand9, 2014; physical education Loricrum, 2011; physical education Sepie,2011; physical education

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