Take a look at the link to the Health Triangle and read up on the components that it is composed of. Think about what habits you have that may be helping you achieve good health and those that may be preventing you from having the best health you can!
Happy New Year! We will begin our 9 week health unit(s) on Monday, January 8th. Please be prepared to work, participate and cooperate each day. Please bring paper and pencil/pen each day in order to complete your daily assignments and ensure your success!
Below is a link so that you can calculate your target heart rate. Your target heart rate is a range of numbers (range of heartbeats per minute) that your heart should be beating during exercise. Use this guide in order to know if you should increase/decrease the intensity of your exercise routine.
TARGET HEART RATE CALCULATION-u3g2v0
Here are some links to some articles regarding Target Heart Rate and Exercise.
We will begin Fitness Gram testing the week of October 23rd. Please dress out and participate daily in order to receive full credit. Thank you!
We have started the PHYSICAL EDUCATION portion of this course. Students need to bring their dress out clothes daily and make sure to lock/secure all of their valuables in their locker each day. Please wear shorts/sweat pants/t-shirts/sweatshirts/tennis shoes. DO NOT WEAR TANK TOPS/BOOTS/SHORTS WITH BELT LOOPS. Thank you!
We end the HEALTH portion of this course on Friday, October 6th. We will begin our PHYSICAL EDUCATION portion on Monday, October 9th. After a few days of organizational necessities, we will begin with FITNESSGRAM testing per County/State guidelines. Please make sure that your student dresses out each day for class. Tennis shoes, Shorts, short sleeve shirt, sweat pants, sweat shirt, etc. are all acceptable clothes. Tank tops, jeans, sandals and dress shoes are not appropriate and will result in a “not dressed” grade for the day. Students need to secure their belongings in a locker every day in an effort to eliminate the concern of having their belongings stolen or “lost”. If you have any questions, please email me at [email protected]
Here is a link that is helpful in understanding the information contained on a food label.