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Fitness 25.1.2015


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Survey for Students’ Physical Condition

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Fitness 25.1.2015

  1. 1. Erasmus+ Project 2014-16: “Power up! Get active for your future!” 1st Meeting, 22-28.1.2015, Ioannina, Greece EXPERIMENTAL ZOSIMAIA JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL OF IOANNINA
  2. 2. . Survey for Students’ Physical Condition
  3. 3. A. General Student Information 1.Name (Identity Number) 2.Age 3.Gender 4.School
  4. 4. Identity Number Romania 1-40 Spain 41-80 France 81-120 Germany 121- 160 Greece 161 - 200
  5. 5. B. Somatometric Measurements: 1. Weight 2. Height 3. Body mass index
  6. 6. 1-2. Weight and Height We measure the weight (in Kg) and height (in meters) of students after they have taken off their shoes and note down the measurement in a notebook.
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  9. 9. 3.Body mass index We measure body mass index in the following way: BMI=mass(kg)/ (height) (m)²
  10. 10. C. FITNESS TESTS 1. Number of sit ups in 30 sec 2. Standing long jump (in cm) 3. Speed – a distance of 5 meters covered 10 times (in tenths of a second ) 4. Five minute run (in meters)
  11. 11. 1. Abdominal exercise test (sit up) in 30 sec For the measurement of the sit ups the student sits on a mat, feet flat on the floor with knees bent and hands tied behind the neck, where they must stay throughout the test. At the same time the assistant holds the athlete’s feet on the ground. Students start from the sitting position, then fall back to the mat ensuring that they lie on their shoulders and return to the sitting position with elbows touching their knees. The teacher measures the number of correct foldings made ​​within 30 seconds
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  13. 13. 2. Standing long jump (in cm) We mark a line on a mat. The students are standing behind the line with feet slightly apart and bending knees. After swinging their arms back and forth, they jump as far as they can. They must land on both feet and stand up without falling backwards. We measure the distance from take-off line up to the mark they left on the landing on the back of the shoes. Each student makes two attempts and we record the best attempt in centimeters.
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  17. 17. 3. Speed – a distance of 5 meters covered 10 times (in tenths of a sec) We engrave two lines with a length of 1,5 m which are 5 meters apart. Students run from the first line to the second as fast as they can and pass the lines with both feet. The test is completed when the students complete the same distance 5 times (10 strokes in total) and cross the finish line with one foot. The result is measured in tenths of a second (e.g. 15,6).
  18. 18. 4.Five minute run (in meters) The distance covered in that time is recorded for each student in meters.
  19. 19. Final results The results of these tests may be kept in the students’ electronic portfolio so that they and their parents are aware of their physical condition. For our survey we can compare the results of the somatometric and fitness measurements between schools, gender and ages. Also, we can process the results from the survey of the food habits to find if there are connections. A software that could help us for the results and the graphical presentation is EXCEL.
  20. 20. MODEL SAMPLEs/n IdentityNumber Age Gender Weight(Kgr) Height(meters) ΒMI:weight/ height*height SitUpsin30sec LongJump(cm) Speed(sec) 5'min(meters) 1 RO (1-40) 2 ES (41-80) 3 FR (81- 120) 4 DE (121-160) 5 GR (161-200)
  21. 21. • In the category gender we wright B for the boys and G for the girls. • Please note that for the EXCEL Software we use comma and not dot. For example 1,63 and not 1.63 (height measurement) or 15,63 and not 15.63 (speed test). • For the sit ups please count the correct repetitions made ​​within 30 seconds. • Τhe BMI will be processed from the Greek team.