PE 1 Physical Fitness Training Program
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Submitted to Prof. Arroyo
In partial fulfillment of the requirements for PE 1
Table of Contents
|Cover Page |p. 0 |
|Table of Contents |p. 1 |
|Introduction |p. 2 |
|Objectives |p. 3 ...view middle of the document...
|Warming Up |p. 8 |
|Working Out |p. 9 |
|Results and Conclusions |p. 10 |
|References |p. 12 |
The lack of time is one of the most convenient excuses that people have when they are asked why they are not exercising or keeping fit. Many say that working out in a gym or taking an afternoon off for sports is impractical since it costs time and money. This is one of the few things that prompted the researcher to find a simple effective way of keeping fit without using exercise equipments, rigorous exercise methods and the need for long periods of time.
The majority of UPV miagao-based students keep fit by jogging along the length of the dorm road up to the new admin or the CUB area. The terrain features of the campus are ideal for building the lower body muscular groups and it’s near enough the place where the researcher is staying. Thus, the researcher believed that the location of the training program should be located here as well, and the participants and subjects for the effectivity of this training program should be here as well.
The researcher had known people serving in the military and navy and has witnessed various types of exercised employed by these people to keep soldiers fit. One of the methods employed is the fartlek training method which makes use of aerobic and anaerobic capacities to maximize and balance out the training of a soldier. The researcher believes that this training method is beneficial for not only losing weight, but also for keeping one’s fitness in a regular basis.
The researcher conducted this training program with what started out with four individuals, however, as time passed on, only the researcher remained as the subject of this study. However, the data gained during the first two weeks of the program can be made used of, along with the researcher’s own four week data.
The researcher aims to create a simple, practical yet effective training program for the students and staff in University of the Philippines Visayas, Miagao Campus. Without the use of equipment and long periods of time, the training program aims to train its trainees to become fit and agile.
Scope and Limitations
The researcher designed the program for people without heart problems, and other physical or physiological limitations that inhibit his/her ability to achieve maximum oxygen uptake through walking, jogging, running and sprinting. This...