My personalized exercise plan consist of cardio in the morning, which includes either a two mile timed run outside, treadmill speed run, twenty-five minute run/jog, and 60/120’s four times outside on the track or on a treadmill. My personalized exercise plan will also consist of strength training with weights, which include the five major body parts which are arms, chest, shoulders, legs, back, and total body workout that will consist of all the body parts. With my personalized exercise plan I will be doing cardio five times a week and doing strength training a full seven times a week. Therefore, I will be including basketball practices two times per week and abdominal workouts a full seven times a week to have some fun throughout my workouts so my workouts will not get boring, and to improve cardiovascular strength. This personalized exercise plan will be Monday through Friday for four weeks and two days, and I will be improving the intensity in cardio and strength training every week.
Bike, Zumba, Latin Dance, Cardio Kickboxing Why should you enjoy the activity that you are doing? Because you are more apt do to it and stick with it if you enjoy it. What cardiovascular activity test did we perform the 2nd day of class? The Cooper 12 minute test. Adults should train each major muscle group two or three days each week using a variety of exercises and equipment.
If you decide to take part in the mass building workout, you will be concentrating on building your muscle mass up. You will lift heavier weights for six to eight repetitions. This produces larger muscles, but your body will get physically used to this workout and you will have to shock it with one of the other workouts every six weeks, in order to keep your muscles metabolizing. If you skip this step your body will eventually plateau and you will not gain anymore muscle mass or strength. If you decide to choose the strength building workout, you will be trying to increase how much overall weight your muscles can lift in one rep.
Physical activity: Recommendations and guidelines to the different ages; How much physical activity do adults aged 19-64 years old need to do to keep healthy? To stay healthy or to improve health, adults need to do two types of physical activity each week: aerobic and muscle-strengthening activity. At least 150 minutes (2 hours and 30 minutes) of moderate-intensity aerobic activity such as cycling or fast walking every week, and muscle-strengthening activities on 2 or more days a week that work all major muscle groups (legs, hips, back, abdomen, chest, shoulders and arms). OR 75 minutes (1 hour and 15 minutes) of vigorous-intensity aerobic activity such as running or a game of singles tennis every week, and muscle-strengthening activities on 2 or more days a week that work all major muscle groups (legs, hips, back, abdomen, chest, shoulders and arms). OR An equivalent mix of moderate- and vigorous-intensity aerobic activity every week (for example 2 30-minute runs plus 30 minutes of fast walking), and muscle-strengthening activities on 2 or more days a week that work all major muscle groups (legs, hips, back, abdomen, chest, shoulders and arms).
Consider how the warm-up/cool-down made you feel. Did it help prepare you for the workout? What changes would you consider making for the next workout? Be prepared to discuss this information with your instructor in your Discussion-Based Assessment. * Yes This Helped Prepare Me Greatly For The Workout and I Would Change How Long I Run.
Cory Goldberg 3/28/11 essay #2 Both muscular strength and muscular endurance are very important factors when weight training. Physical strength, also know as Muscular strength, is the ability of a person to exert force on physical objects using muscles. Increasing physical strength is the goal of strength training.Muscular endurance is A health-related component of physical fitness that relates to the muscle's ability to continue to perform without fatigue. If you don't have both of these things weight training will be an extremely difficult thing and overtime you will acquire these. There are many different programs for different individuals to help gain both muscular endurance and muscular strength.
GEN 200 Week 1 DQ 1 Post a 150- to 200-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on What major obstacles—personal, professional, or academic— will you need to overcome in order to be successful in school? Describe how you will use at least two specific time management strategies to help maximize the use of your time during this class and to reach your educational goals. The main obstacle that I will have to defeat is balancing work, my routine working out at the gym and school. I work from 7:45 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. Head to the gym after work for an hour or so four times a week.
The biggest key of all will be to gradually increase your mileage, especially that of your weekend long run. "The beginner needs to focus almost entirely on the long run," says Anaerobic Management coach Jon Sinclair (anaerobic.net), "but it's also good to throw in a little hillwork and some aerobic intervals on alternate weeks to bolster your stamina and to liven up your training." Lastly, we're going to have you running two low-key races to get the feel of competition before the big day. Intermediate You regularly run 20 to 30 miles a week, and have done so for a year or more. You do a weekly long run of eight to 10 miles and have some experience with tempo runs or intervals.
The aspect of competition between friends naturally makes a person work harder and pushes your body to a new level. If a person does complete the workout before the other people, then that person immediately becomes a motivator to help the other people get through the workout. The main criticism that crossfit faces is that it elevates the risk of rhabdomyolsysis. According to the New England Journal of Medicine this is when skeletal muscle breaks down and leaks its contents into the bloodstream and can then cause kidney failure. This is brought on by the high intensity workouts and working in the heat.
Five Year Plan My Five year plan consists of a few simple ideas but more hard tasks. Year one I plan to do my very best in my junior year in high school. Year two I plan to apply for U.T.I and take P.E. electives and art electives to widen my range in possible outcomes for my future. Year three I plan to work and make as much money I can for one year and save for an apartment or maybe just save for future purposes.