Module 3 Addisyn Natale
Updated: 7/7/2020
Module 3 Addisyn Natale
This storyboard was created with

Storyboard Description

Sources: “Fitness Level Assessments.” Canvas Instructure, CCSD, “Flexibility Training.” Canvas Instructure, CCSD, “How Is Health and Fitness Assessed.” Canvas Instructure, CCSD,

Storyboard Text

  • Module 3: Assessing Health + Fitness
  • Training Types
  • Cardio Training: Your body's ability to get oxygen and blood to the muscles. Can be improved by regular training.
  • Resistance Training: Improve your muscle fitness. Can be improved by exercising a specific group of muscles against external resistance.
  • Flexibility Training: Ability to move a joint in its ROM. Can be improved by SMR and Static Stretching.
  • Your health can be assessed by measuring your weight, RHR, blood pressure, BMI, and circumference measurements.
  • How Is Health Assessed
  • Tips:1. Use the same scale every time you check your weight.2. BMI: weight/height^23. Measurements are taken around the waist, hips, chest, thigh, and upper arms.4. Normal blood pressure is less than 120/80 mm.
  • There are many ways to assess your current level of fitness, such as:One Mile RunCurl Up Test/Sit Up TestPush Up TestSit And ReachDoing these tests can see how well your fitness is and what areas you need to improve on.
  • Fitness Level Assessments
  • FITT Principle
  • F: Frequency/how long you exerciseI: Intensity/how difficult the exercise isT: Time/duration of each exerciseT: Type/what kind of exercise your doingThe FITT principle is excellent in putting together workouts that suit your fitness needs.
  • Summary:1. FITT Principle2. Fitness Level Assessments3. How To Assess Your Health4. Training Types5. SMR And Static Stretching
  • Module 3 Summary
Over 14 Million Storyboards Created
Storyboard That Family