SourcePayne, T. M1 Lesson 6: Stress Eating, Pers Fit Fits & Well 1, Nevada Learning Academy, 1 June-9 July, 2020https://ccsd.instructure.com/courses/1361662/pages/m1-lesson-6-stress-eating?module_item_id=15747045
I can't handle all this stress from school!
It's okay, I'm here to help, we will work through it together!
Aiming to Work Better
I will show up to the gym for 30 minutes everyday this month to get stronger
Wellness for a Lifetime
SourcesPayne, T. M5 Lesson 1: Lifetime Wellness, Pers Fit Fits & Well 1, Nevada Learning Academy, 1 June-9 July, 2020 https://ccsd.instructure.com/courses/1361662/pages/m5-lesson-1-lifetime-wellness?module_item_id=15747406Payne, T. M5 Lesson 3: Body Types, Pers Fit Fits & Well 1, Nevada Learning Academy, 1 June-9 July, 2020https://ccsd.instructure.com/courses/1361662/pages/m5-lesson-3-body-types?module_item_id=15747428
Be sure to give your body a break and come back often to make sure you're healthy
Stress is experienced by everyone; however, too much stress can burden your everyday life. For example, it can result in over or under eating. Stress can also negatively affect your mental/emotional health. There's multiple techniques to help cope, including staying organized. Not only this, but it's also good to have a friend to assist you in hard times. Overall, there's multiple ways to cope with daily stressors and to stay happy and healthy too.
Often you hear about making goals to physically improve but ultimately falling out of completing them. However, you can fix this by simply making SMART goals. SMART goals are goals that are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. When improving physical wellness, many aim to increase flexibility, muscular strength and endurance, improve cardiovascular endurance, and lower their body fat composition. Clearly, improving physical wellness results in better performance, more energy, and even lowers the chances of developing obesity related diseases.
Training for Strength
Payne, T. M2 Lesson 3: SMART Goals, Pers Fit Fits & Well 1, Nevada Learning Academy, 1 June-9 July, 2020https://ccsd.instructure.com/courses/1361662/pages/m2-lesson-3-smart-goals?module_item_id=15747137
SourcesPayne, T. M2 Lesson 2: Physical Wellness, Pers Fit Fits & Well 1, Nevada Learning Academy, 1 June-9 July, 2020https://ccsd.instructure.com/courses/1361662/pages/m2-lesson-2-physical-wellness?module_item_id=15747124
Throughout life you should maintain a balanced wellness triangle to be healthy in all aspects of your life. Knowing how to improve your well-being can be seen through your body type. You can have a muscular (mesomorph), wide (endomorph), or lean (ectomorph) body build. For example, if you're built closer to the endomorph build, goals may be lower body fat and strengthen your muscles. In wanting improvement, it's vital to stay safe during activity to avoid injury. All in all, being in-tune with your body can save you from suffering major complications in the future.
Calling the Nutrition Bluff
When creating fitness plan,s it's key to have back up plans for the future. Extreme weather can cause various health concerns. Long exposure in scorching weather can cause heat stroke, exhaustion, and cramps. Likewise, being out for long periods in cold weather can cause hypothermia or frostbite. However, weather is not the only thing to keep in mind but also caloric balance, the balance between the amount of calories consumed and burned. Depending on personal goals, you want to avoid burning too many calories without consuming enough in return, and vice versa. It's vital to keep all these factors in mind to be safe while working out.
SourcesPayne, T. M4 Lesson 3: Weather Considerations, Pers Fit Fits & Well 1, Nevada Learning Academy, 1 June-9 July, 2020https://ccsd.instructure.com/courses/1361662/pages/m4-lesson-3-weather-considerations?module_item_id=15747321Payne, T. M4 Lesson 4: Physical ACtivity and Caloric Balance, Pers Fit Fits & Well 1, Nevada Learning Academy 1 June-9 July, 2020https://ccsd.instructure.com/courses/1361662/pages/m4-lesson-4-physical-activity-and-caloric-balance?module_item_id=15747339
Looks unsafe to go out on a run, so I'll do an indoor workout instead
To improve it's critical to know where to start. You can easily do this by assessing your flexibility with the sit and reach, how many sit ups and push ups you can do per minute, and your V02 max. Training flexibility improves joint motion, muscle imbalances, relieve joint stress and muscle tension; you do so mostly by stretching. Resistance training can be done in multiple ways such as through machine weights, free weights, bands, or body weight. Performing resistance training betters your muscle fitness. Lastly, cardiovascular training can be done in different intensities and doing so benefits your cardiovascular system. All things listed can be developed through the FITT principle.
SourcesPayne, T. M3 Lesson 2: Resistance Training, Pers Fit Fits & Well 1, Nevada Learning Academy, 1 june-9 July, 2020 https://ccsd.instructure.com/courses/1361662/pages/m3-lesson-2-resistance-training?module_item_id=15747222M3 Lesson 3: Flexibility Training, Pers Fit Fits & Well 1, Nevada Learning Academy, 1 June-9 July, 2020https://ccsd.instructure.com/courses/1361662/pages/m3-lesson-3-flexibility-training?module_item_id=15747227Payne, t. M3 Lesson 5: Fitness Level Assessments, Pers Fit Fits & Well 1, Nevada Learning Academy, 1 June-9 July, 2020https://ccsd.instructure.com/courses/1361662/pages/m3-lesson-5-fitness-level-assessments?module_item_id=15747240
The food you consume is a major part of your physical wellness from the beginning of your life. Diets are commonly used by those who want to eat healthier; nonetheless, there are many known diets that are proven to be unhealthy. For example, Keto is a well-known diet but is unhealthy because it consists of high-fat foods with little carbs. Other diets include, lemon detox, tapeworms, grapefruits, and many more. These diets result in dehydration, malnutrition, weakness, nausea, and constipation. Diets like these are fad diets, they promise quick weight loss but in reality they are unbalanced, may only cause you to lose water weight, and are unreliable.
SourcesPayne, T. M7 Lesson 1: Introduction to Nutrition, Pers Fit FIts & Well 1, Nevada Learning Academy, 1 June-9 July, 2020https://ccsd.instructure.com/courses/1361662/pages/m7-lesson-1-introduction-to-nutrition?module_item_id=15747567Payne, T. M7 Lesson 5: Fad Diets, Pers Fit Fits & Well 1, Nevada Learning Academy, 1 June-9 July, 2020https://ccsd.instructure.com/courses/1361662/pages/m7-lesson-5-fad-diets?module_item_id=15747602