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    1. 1. SessionAerobic Endurance Exercise Training 9 Lifestyle Factors – Physical Activity. Staff Cunliffe Unit 5 -Physical Preparation, Health and Lifestyle for the Public Services Unit 6 –Fitness Testing and Training for the Uniformed Public Services
    2. 2. Session AIMS To provide information on the lifestyle factor physical activity in preparation to produce an A4 information fact sheet. (Assignment 5: Unit5: P4/P5) .
    3. 3. ObjectivesBy the end of this session you will beable to:1. Identify recommendations and guidelines for physical activity (Unit 5:P4).2. Identify & List health & psychological benefits of physical activity (Unit 5:P4).3. Describe strategies to improve physical activity (Unit 5:P5).
    4. 4. Activity 1 - Knowledge ProbeLifestyle factors describe the way people live their lives. These include behavioural and social issues. You have thirty seconds to list as many lifestyle factors as you can. End www.A6training.co.uk
    5. 5. Lifestyle Factors IntroductionThe following lifestyle choices impact upon our health and fitness: • Personal Hygiene • Lifestyle • Exercise (Physical Activity) • Alcohol / Drug use / Smoking • Stress • Environment • Diet
    6. 6. Lifestyle Factors Video Clip• Watch the short film and take notes of the statistics and recommendations being highlighted
    7. 7. ACSM Recommendations and Guidelines Cardiovascular HealthFrequency 5-7 times per weekIntensity ‘Moderate’ 55-70%MHRTime 30 minutes, this can be split into 2 sessions of 2 x 15min or 3 x 10 min.Type Any activity of a similar intensity to brisk walking.
    8. 8. Check LearningComplete the check learning sheet identifying the ACSM recommendations for cardiovascular health.
    9. 9. ObjectivesBy the end of this session you will beable to:1. Identify recommendations and guidelines for physical activity (Unit 5:P4).2. Identify & List health & psychological benefits of physical activity (Unit 5:P4).3. Describe strategies to improve physical activity (Unit 5:P5).
    10. 10. Health BenefitsActivity 2:Health Benefits: In small groups identify 4health benefits & 2 psychological benefits related tophysical activity.
    11. 11. Health Benefits• halve your risk of getting type 2 diabetes• help to control diabetes and prevent long-term complications if you already have the condition• halve your risk of developing coronary heart disease• Increase levels of HDL (good cholesterol)• reduce high blood pressure• promote bone density to protect against osteoporosis• reduce your overall risk of cancer• help to maintain a healthy weight in combination with a balanced diet• reduce the risk of death or poor health if youre already overweight or obese• Improve your sleep• http://hcd2.bupa.co.uk/fact_sheets/html/exercise.html
    12. 12. Psychological Benefits Decrease levels ofReduce levels of stress anxiety and depression Improve concentration, enhance Improve memory and learning and Self- Esteem aid better performance in college
    13. 13. Check learning• List 2 health benefits.• List 2 psychological benefits.
    14. 14. ObjectivesBy the end of this session you will beable to:1. Identify recommendations and guidelines for physical activity (Unit 5:P4).2. Identify & List health & psychological benefits of physical activity (Unit 5:P4).3. Describe strategies to improve physical activity (Unit 5:P5).
    15. 15. 04 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 Classroom TimerBack to Clock Home
    16. 16. ObjectivesBy the end of this session you will beable to:1. Identify recommendations and guidelines for physical activity (Unit 5:P4).2. Identify & List health & psychological benefits of physical activity (Unit 5:P4).3. Describe strategies to improve physical activity (Unit 5:P5).
    17. 17. Case Study• 1. What are Shamika’s risk factors for coronary heart disease?• Known: physical inactivity, overweight, family history.• Unknown: high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, smoking, diabetes.
    18. 18. Case Study• 2. Which of her known risk factors are modifiable, and which are non-modifiable?• Modifiable: Physical inactivity, overweight,• Unknown: Family history
    19. 19. Learning Outcomes – True or False• The ACSM recommend 2 x 30mins sessions per week?• Physical activity reduces coronary heart disease by half?• Physical activity manages depression?• Physical activity increases Type 2 diabetes?• Stair climbing is a form of physical activity?• Stress is increased by physical activity?
    20. 20. Learning Outcomes/ Homework Produce an A4 information fact sheet to include:1. Identify recommendations and guidelines for physical activity (Unit 5:P4).2. Identify & List health benefits of physical activity (Unit 5:P4).3. Identify & List psychological benefits of physical activity (Unit 5:P4).4. Describe strategies to improve physical activity (Unit 5:P5).Submission Date Monday 29th Nov 2010.
    21. 21. Conclusions and/or Feedback
    22. 22. References• American College of Sports Medicine. (2006). Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription. Seventh Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.• Britton, A and McPherson, K. (2002). Monitoring the Progress of the 2010 Target for Coronary Heart Disease Mortality: Estimated consequences on CHD Incidence and Mortality from Changing Prevelence of Risk Factors. National Heart Forum: London• Department of Health (2002). Health Survey for England 2002 Trend Data. See Department of Health website: http://www.publications.doh.gov.uk/stats/trends1.htm• WHO. (2005). The Surf Report 2. Surveillance of chronic disease risk factors, WHO. Geneva.

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