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Module 3: Assessing Health + Fitness
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
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