Setting Fitness Goals Teacher Resources
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High schoolers identify a realistic health-related fitness goal. They discuss health-related fitness terms. Pupils practice setting and attaining realistic short-term fitness goals. Students record his or her goal on the fitness log.
Students investigate a long-term fitness goal. The goal has components of recording information to create data towards the testing of reaching it in the end of the set time period. They differentiate between the different types of goals and describe them as attainable or not.
Students set fitness goals. In this physical education instructional activity, students use science and math principles to help them create personal cardiovascular fitness plans.
Students investigate the concept of setting and measuring a fitness goal. They conduct analysis of data to create a goal with target levels of performance. The goal must include the essential components of flexibility, muscular strength, and endurance.
Students create a fitness goal to include one of the following: muscle building, cardiovascular development or healthful diet. They utilize a daily calendar to record progress. They utilize the Internet to research proper ways to reach their goals.
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In this physical education worksheet, students team up with a partner and complete each of the activities listed. They look at the activities and circle the ones that they do. Then, students discuss ways that they can move their bodies more every day and write their fitness goal.
Students reflect on their own personal fitness. They work together to develop fitness plans for each other. They implement and monitor their progress and evaluate their plan.
Get your class into great shape by introducing them to the benefits of eating healthy snacks and engaing in regular exercise. This set of activities comes with all the worksheets and handouts needed to complete several weeks of nutrition training. Kids learn about the food pyramid, discuss healthy food, participate is exercise, and set personal fitness goals.
Students investigate their fitness levels. In this personal health lesson, students participate in the President’s Challenge for Fitness to assess their physical fitness levels and set goals for improvement. The 5 tests students complete are curl ups, sit and reach, push ups, shuttle run, and timed mile run.
Learners explore, examine and develop personal fitness goals based on their current level of fitness. They utilize the TriFIT system to review their testing results in the areas of cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition.
Sixth graders investigate the food guide pyramid. They conduct Internet research, and plan a three day nutritional menu appropriate for teenagers. Students include three meals per day and a snack for each day on their menu, and describe how the menu relates to fitness and health.
Fourth graders discuss the benefits of regular exercise. In this physical health studies instructional activity, 4th graders create visual demonstrations to track their progress with physical fitness related goals. Students discuss various types of exercise, and their effects on overall physical health. Students participate in a friendly competition with other classrooms to see which class can make the most progress with their fitness goals.
Learners increase their fitness levels and determine attainable personal fitness goals. They participate in in a triatholon in which they perform three cardiovascular activities and record total miles traveled.
Students establish specific goals for improvement. They establish their beginning fitness levels and measurements so that they can show changes in their physical development at thte end of semester. Students show a nutritional plan that correlates with their wellness program.
Third graders develop personal fitness and activity goals. They keep daily records on the activities completed and measure their heart rates. At the end of two weeks, 3rd graders reflect on their experiences.
Students run a lap as fast as they can. They discuss the problems of running that fast for longer distances and strategize a plan to pace themselves. They work with timing, distance and observation to practice monitoring their pace.
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Set your health and fitness goals the write way! With this journaling learning exercise, your class will determine health and fitness goals specific to their individual needs, consider why and how they will work to achieve their goals, and develop specific activities that they can incorporate into their daily lives to effect positive change.