SIDE VIEWA plumb line does not cross just behind the ear as I hold my neckforwards, therefore my ear is not in line with my shoulder. Forward head andneck posture also known as hyperkyphotic posture can result in musclestrain,fatigue,arthritis,pinched nerves, back pain and headaches. To improvemy head and neck posture I will do daily exercises such as the chin glide.
BACK VIEWMy left shoulder is slightly higher than my right shoulder this could becaused from wearing a one shouldered bag on this shoulder from a veryyoung age.
FRONT VIEWArms are not hung in a straight line down the sides of the trunk, and handsdo not rest alongside the hips. This can cause problems on the trapeziusand other shoulder, neck and upper back muscles.
Stand with the feet four to six inches apart, with the toes pointed forward. Theweight should be evenly distributed between the balls of the feet and the heels.
MY CURRENT FITNESS LEVELSSit and reach (Flexibility) 32Hand grip test(Strength) 26Jump height 49Press ups in 1 minute 44(strength)Time holding plank(Core 1:50stability)
ANALYSIS OF MY FITNESSImproving fitness means improving the physiological functioning of thevarious body systems, which in turn will improve one’s capacity tofunction resulting in an improved quality of life.
MONTH 1 Day Morning Afternoon Night Monday Jog Tuesday Wednesday Swimming Thursday Friday Zumba Saturday Sunday SwimmingI have started my first months plan with just four classes per week, this allows roomfor progression. In order to maintain a training effect and improve fitness theworkload must be gradually and slowly increased. Each month I will increase theintensity of the exercise, the frequency of exercise and the duration of exercise.
MONTH 2 Day Morning Afternoon Night Monday Plank Jog Tuesday Wednesday Swimming Thursday Plank Friday Zumba Saturday Sunday SwimmingThe plank exercise is a good way to hold endurance in both theabs and back, as well as the stabilizer muscles.
MONTH 3 Day Morning Afternoon Night Monday Jog Boot camp Tuesday Swimming Wednesday Swimming Thursday Friday Zumba Saturday Sunday SwimmingImprovement is gained by overloading the systems, in other words by makingdemands on them over and above those required by normal activites,andcontinuing progressively to work them harder.