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HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION

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HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION

  1. 1. What is physical activity? Physical activity simply means movement of the body that uses energy. You can choose moderate or vigorous intensity activities, or a mix of both each week. Physical activity is any body movement that works your muscles and requires more energy than resting. Walking, running, dancing, swimming, yoga, and gardening are a few examples of physical activity.
  2. 2. Why is physical activity important? Physical activity and nutrition work together for better health. Being active increases the amount of calories burned. As people age their metabolism slows, so maintaining energy balance requires moving more and eating less.
  3. 3. Being physically active can help you: • Increase your chances of living longer • Feel better about yourself • Decrease your chances of becoming depressed • Sleep well at night • Move around more easily • Have stronger muscles and bones • Stay at or get to a healthy weight • Be with friends or meet new people • Enjoy yourself and have fun
  4. 4. What is health and physical education about? In health and physical education, the focus is on the well-being of the students themselves, of other people, and of society through learning in health-related and movement contexts.
  5. 5. Health Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
  6. 6. SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IS HEALTH
  7. 7. Difference The term "physical activity" should not be mistaken with "exercise". Exercise, is a subcategory of physical activity that is planned, structured, repetitive, and purposeful in the sense that the improvement or maintenance of one or more components of physical fitness is the objective.
  8. 8. Strength after doing physical education Resistance training (also called strength training or weight training) is the use of resistance to muscular contraction to build the strength, anaerobic endurance and size of skeletal muscles.
  9. 9. Habits 1. Promote healthy eating in your home. 2. As a family, remind yourselves of the basic foods. 3. Be aware of serving size. 4. Make a distinction between ‘everyday’ and ‘sometimes’ foods. 5. Establish healthy eating routines.
  10. 10. 6. Praise children when they choose healthy foods. 7. Make physical activity part of everyday life. 8. Enjoy physical activity as a family. 9. Give children – older children especially – opportunities to try different sports and ways to be active. 10. Limit the time your child spends on screen-based activities.
  11. 11. 11. Encourage your child to value his body for what it can do, rather than how it looks. 12. Set a good example.

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