Module 3: Fitness assessment and Fitness Plans
Updated: 7/7/2020
Module 3: Fitness assessment and Fitness Plans
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  • Exercise can sometimes be tedious and frustrating if you aren't able to see results right away. One good way to be able to overcome that is through fitness assessments and fitness plans.
  • A fitness assesment is a way to measure yourself and your overall health. You can do this by measuring your weight, resting heart rate, blood pressure, BMI, and circumference measurements. You can do this yourself, or by going to a doctor.
  • Once you get all of that information, be sure to record it somewhere so you can view it again. Now, make a fitness plan of exercises, dates, and times, and implement it as soon as possible. Try to get to everything on that plan. Be sure to include cardiovascular, resistance, and flexability exercises.
  • Fitness plan blah blah blah
  • After about 2 weeks to 1 month of using your fitness plan, assess yourself again to compare yourself from what you were when you first measured yourself. Then you can make changes to your fitness plan as needed!
  • Having a schedule for your fitness assessments is a great way for tracking your progress in fitness! You're on your way to becoming the best version of you you can be!
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