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B. Responsible Physical Activity Behaviors: 1. The student achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness.: 6-8: The student...

PE.B.1.3.1 Add Website - Add Activity

knows how to sustain an aerobic activity, maintaining target heart rate, to achieve cardiovascular benefits.


Activity: evaluating your heart rate

PE.B.1.3.2 Add Website - Add Activity

describes and applies the principles of training and conditioning for specific physical activities.

PE.B.1.3.3 Add Website - Add Activity

knows proper warm-up, conditioning, and cool-down techniques and the reasons for using them.

PE.B.1.3.4 Add Website - Add Activity

knows the difference between muscular strength and muscular endurance, activities that contribute to the improvement of strength and endurance, and the various types of muscular strength and endurance required to perform different activities.

PE.B.1.3.5 Add Website - Add Activity

knows how aerobic activity differs from anaerobic activity.

PE.B.1.3.6 Add Website - Add Activity

understands the relationships between caloric intake and energy expenditure.

PE.B.1.3.7 Add Website - Add Activity

knows the various ways to promote mobility in each joint.

PE.B.1.3.8 Add Website - Add Activity

knows how to determine recovery heart rate after exercise.

PE.B.1.3.9 Add Website - Add Activity

understands and applies formal and informal modes of fitness assessments (e.g., cardiovascular fitness, a mile walk or run is formal assessment; walking a flight of stairs is informal).

PE.B.1.3.10 Add Website - Add Activity

plans and participates in an individualized fitness program.

PE.B.1.3.11 Add Website - Add Activity

analyzes the results of fitness assessments to guide changes in a personal fitness program.

PE.B.1.3.12 Add Website - Add Activity

achieves and maintains appropriate cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, muscular strength, endurance, and body composition.


Children and Heart Disease
http://www.americanheart.org/children/

This site includes information on healthy eating and fitness. There is also a student health organization.


PE.B.1.3.13 Add Website - Add Activity

explores new ways to achieve activity goals in an individual wellness plan (e.g., walking in addition to playing a team sport).


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