Cardiorespiratory Endurance<br />The ability of the heart and lungs to supply oxygen and nutrients to the working muscles ...
Benefits of Cardio exercise<br />Weight loss (decreased % body fat)<br />Burns Calories<br />Reduced risk of premature dea...
FITT recommendations <br />Frequency                        3-5 days/week<br />Intensity		         60-85% HRM<br />Time   ...
Types of Cardio<br />Continuous Activities<br />Running, swimming, biking, dancing, cross country skiing, rowing, roller b...
Today’s workout<br />Set 1<br />Scissors jumps<br />Jumping jacks<br />Mountain climbers<br />Burpees<br />*2nd partner pu...
Set 2<br />Lunge jumps<br />Donkey Kicks<br />Line jumps<br />Frog jumps<br />*2nd partner pushes mat/weights down and bac...
Set 3<br />Bench step-up<br />Bench 1 foot step-up (left)<br />Bench 1 foot step-up (right)<br />Over the top taps<br />*2...
Exit Ticket Quiz<br />List 3 benefits of doing cardio exercises?<br />How many days a week does the FITT principle 	sugges...
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Cardiorespiratory endurance

  1. 1. Cardiorespiratory Endurance<br />The ability of the heart and lungs to supply oxygen and nutrients to the working muscles over a long period of time.<br />
  2. 2. Benefits of Cardio exercise<br />Weight loss (decreased % body fat)<br />Burns Calories<br />Reduced risk of premature death<br />Reduced risk of heart disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, stroke and certain cancers<br />Reduced resting blood pressure<br />Reduced total cholesterol<br />Increased energy <br />Reduced stress<br />Improved self esteem <br />Decreased feelings of anxiety and depression<br />
  3. 3. FITT recommendations <br />Frequency 3-5 days/week<br />Intensity 60-85% HRM<br />Time 20-60 minutes<br />Type continuous rhythmic activities<br />
  4. 4. Types of Cardio<br />Continuous Activities<br />Running, swimming, biking, dancing, cross country skiing, rowing, roller blading etc.<br />Intermittent activities<br />Jump rope, bench step-ups, stairs, burpees, jumps, mountain climbers <br />Sports<br />Basketball, football, soccer, rugby, ultimate frisbee, racquetball etc.<br />
  5. 5. Today’s workout<br />Set 1<br />Scissors jumps<br />Jumping jacks<br />Mountain climbers<br />Burpees<br />*2nd partner pushes mat/weights down and back<br />
  6. 6. Set 2<br />Lunge jumps<br />Donkey Kicks<br />Line jumps<br />Frog jumps<br />*2nd partner pushes mat/weights down and back<br />
  7. 7. Set 3<br />Bench step-up<br />Bench 1 foot step-up (left)<br />Bench 1 foot step-up (right)<br />Over the top taps<br />*2nd partner pushes mat/weights down and back<br />
  8. 8. Exit Ticket Quiz<br />List 3 benefits of doing cardio exercises?<br />How many days a week does the FITT principle suggest you do 20-60 minutes of cardio? <br />3. Does cardio primarily burn calories or build muscle?<br />

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