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P.E Module 1 Health Magazine Rough Draft
Updated: 9/11/2020
P.E Module 1 Health Magazine Rough Draft
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  • Cardiovascular Exercise 
  • Cardiovascular exercise is good for you. Doing so for at least 30 minutes increases bone strength and heart health.
  • Some examples of this are walking, jogging/running, swimming, and biking.
  • Improvements to muscle strength can assist in weight management, which in turn helps decrease the risk of diseases.
  • Muscular Exercise
  • Muscular exercise is the ability to exercise at a high weight for a short period of time.
  • Examples of exercises are: 200lb bench press, 75lb Bicep Curls, 200lb Deadlift 100lb Shoudler Shrugs, 40lb Kettlebell Swing.
  • When you have poor muscle strength, you have less energy and are more prone to injury 
  • Muscular Endurance 
  • Muscular Endurance is the ability to exercise at a low rate for a long period of time.
  • It Increases muscle endurance. which can lead to high energy levels, assist in weight management, and improve your mood and sleep patterns. 
  • Examples of this exercise are: 100 situps, completing as many pushups in a minute, body weight exercises, and walking lunges.
  • Flexibility 
  • The flexibility of a person is the degree of extension, called range of motion, your joints and surrounding muscles are able to perform.
  • The less flexible you are, the more problems you can have with your neck, back, and shoulders.
  • Body Composition
  • Body composition is the amount of fat in your body. Having a higher body composition increases risks of disease and health problems, having a lower body composition decreases those risks. 
  • Good flexibility can create good posture, prevent injury, and improve athletic performance. 
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