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CLIENT ASSESSMENT MATRIX FITT Principles Cardiovascular Activity

Name: Carl

What frequency do you suggest? At least 3 times a week.

What intensity do you suggest? !"#$%

What time do you suggest? At least &!" ! minutes per session.

Muscular strength and endurance Fle i!ility

&"+ times per week. .aily is the most effective.

,ncrease the rate or repetitions. /ake sure there is always 01,234 pulling.

A total 'ody workout can 'e 3!" ! minutes. 3old the stretch for at least 5!"5$ seconds.

What type of activity do you suggest? Any aero'ic e(ercise such as 'iking) *ogging or soccer. And intramural sports. -ushups) arm curls) -ilates and resistance training. 6oga or use stretches that target each of the muscle groups. 7(plain how the specificity principle applies to each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. 0ince his goal is to tone his 'ody) he should aim to do cardio training at least 3 times a week.

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Cardiovascular Activity

Muscular strength and endurance

7(plain how you will utili8e the principle of progression for each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. We will measure the progression of Carl 'y conducting a mile test and making sure that he is a'le to increase his cardio a'ility a'out 5! percent every 5! days. We will measure the progression of Carl 'y conducting a push up test and making sure that he is a'le to

7(plain how you will utili8e the principle of regularity for each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. We will utili8e regularity 'y making sure that Carl has a goal in mind) and working hard to achieve that goal and doing cardio at least 3 times a week. We will utili8e regularity 'y making sure that Carl will do muscle strength training at &"+ times a week.

7(plain how you will utili8e the overload principle for each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. 3e will utili8e the overload principle 'y working a specific muscle groups such as sprinting on a track as long as he can. We will utili8e the overload principle 'y working specific muscle group such as 'enching weight

0ince his goal is to tone his 'ody he should aim to do muscular strength training at least

increase his strength a'ility a'out 5! percent every 5! days. Fle i!ility We will measure the progression of Carl 'y conducting a sit stretch test and making sure his fle(i'ility increases 5! percent every 5! days. We will utili8e the regularity concept 'y making sure that Carl will stretch his muscles at least 3"$ times a week.

until he ma(es out on how much he can lift. We will utili8e the overload principle 'y working a specific stretch such as stretching his legs until he can9t reach any further.

&"+ times a week to 'uild muscle. 0ince he wants to increase his fle(i'ility and tone his 'ody he should aim to do stretching e(ercises at least 3"$ times a week which will prevent in*ury from other e(ercises as well.

CLIENT ASSESSMENT MATRIX FITT Principles Cardiovascular Activity

Name: 0ally

What frequency do you suggest? $": times a week

What intensity do you suggest? +!":$%

What time do you suggest? &!"+! minutes.

Muscular strength and endurance Fle i!ility

&"+ times a week. .aily is most effective.

;e a'le to increase the weight or repetitions. /ake sure there is slight pulling when stretching.

3!" ! minutes.

What type of activity do you suggest? 1ow impact e(ercises such as cycling) walking and swimming. Chair squats) wall pushups and toe stands. 0tatic stretching) dynamic stretching 7(plain how the specificity principle applies to each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. 0ince 0ally9s

3old stretch 5!" 5$ seconds.

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Cardiovascular

7(plain how you will utili8e the principle of progression for each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. We will utili8e the

7(plain how you will utili8e the principle of regularity for each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. We will utili8e

7(plain how you will utili8e the overload principle for each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. We will utili8e the

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principle of progression 'y 0ally 'eing a'le to increase the distance she travels such as walking and progressing 5! percent every 5! days. We will utili8e the principle of progression 'y 0ally 'eing a'le to increase the weight or repetition of her muscle strengthening e(ercises. We will utili8e the principle of progression 'y 0ally 'eing a'le to increase her stretching 'y conducting a stretch test and having her increasing her fle(i'ility 5! percent every 5! days.

the principle of regularity 'y 0ally 'eing a'le to do cardio e(ercises at least 3"$ days a week

overload principle 'y seeing how long she can walk on a treadmill with a 5! percent incline until she can9t stop.

Muscular strength and endurance

We will utili8e the principle of regularity 'y 0ally 'eing a'le to do muscle training e(ercises at least &"+ times a week. We will utili8e the principle of regularity 'y 0ally 'eing a'le to do fle(i'ility e(ercises at least 3 times a week if not daily to o'tain ma(imum results.

We will utili8e the principle of overload 'y 0ally 'eing a'le to see how many repetitions of squatting for e(ample until she ma(es out. We will utili8e the principle of overload 'y 0ally 'eing a'le to stretch as far as she can and measuring it.

goal is to lose weight and prevent her chances of getting .ia'etes she should do cardio e(ercises at least 3 times a week. 0ince 0ally9s goal is to lose weight and prevent dia'etes she should do muscle strengthening e(ercises &"+ times a week. 0ince 0ally9s goal is to lose weight and prevent dia'etes she should try and stretch her 'ody 3 times a week if not daily.

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CLIENT ASSESSMENT MATRIX FITT Principles Cardiovascular Activity Muscular strength and endurance

Name: <ennifer

What frequency do you suggest? 3"$ times a week. &"+ times a week.

What intensity do you suggest? !"#$% ,ncrease the weight and

What time do you suggest? &!" ! minutes 3!" ! minutes

What type of activity do you suggest? Walking) cycling) elliptical. 6oga) 'icep curls) wall

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.ally.

repetitions. When she feels slight pulling.

3old each stretch 5!"5$ seconds. 7(plain how you will utili8e the overload principle for each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. <ennifer will utili8e the overload principle 'y sprinting on a treadmill and seeing how far she can go until she ma(es out. <ennifer will utili8e the overload principle 'y ma(ing out on pushups and seeing how many repetitions she can do until she ma(es out. <ennifer will utili8e the principle of overload and seeing how far she can stretch until she can9t anymore and measuring it.

pushup. 0it and 0tretching) yoga. 7(plain how the specificity principle applies to each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. 0ince <ennifer9s goal is to lose weight and feel 'etter) she will need to do cardio 3"$ times a week. 0ince <ennifer9s goal is to lose weight she will need to do muscle strengthening e(ercises &"+ times a week. 0ince <ennifer9s goal is to lose weight she will need to do fle(i'ility e(ercises 3"$ times a week or daily.

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Cardiovascular Activity

7(plain how you will utili8e the principle of progression for each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. <ennifer will utili8e the principle of progression 'y walking a mile and increasing her time 5! percent every 5! days. <ennifer will utili8e the principle of progression 'y increasing repetitions and weight 'y 5! percent every 5! days. <ennifer will utili8e the principle of progression 'y increasing her fle(i'ility 'y 5! percent every 5! days.

7(plain how you will utili8e the principle of regularity for each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. <ennifer will utili8e the principle of regularity 'y doing cardio e(ercises 3"$ times a week. <ennifer will utili8e the principle of regulation 'y doing muscle training e(ercises &"+ times a week. <ennifer will utili8e the principle of regulation 'y doing fle(i'ility e(ercises 3"$ times a week if not daily.

Muscular strength and endurance

Fle i!ility

CLIENT ASSESSMENT MATRIX FITT Principles

Name: <ustin

What frequency do you suggest?

What intensity do you suggest?

What time do you suggest?

What type of activity do you suggest?

Cardiovascular Activity Muscular strength and endurance

At least 3 times a week. At least &"+ times a week.

!"#$%

&!" ! minutes per session. 3!" ! minutes per session.

,ncrease weight or repetitions.

Fle i!ility

.aily is most effective.

0light pulling.

3old each stretch for 5!"5$ seconds. 7(plain how you will utili8e the overload principle for each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. <ustin will utili8e the overload principle 'y seeing how many times he can sprint around the track until he ma(es out. <ustin will utili8e the principle of overload 'y ma(ing out on the 'ench and seeing how much weight he can 'ear. <ustin will utili8e the principle of overload 'y seeing how far he can stretch and how long he can hold that stretch.

Walking) *ogging) soccer) foot'all. ;icep curls) lunging) squatting) pushups sit ups. .o full 'ody stretches) touch toes. 7(plain how the specificity principle applies to each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. 0ince <ustin9s goal is to make the foot'all team he will need to continue to do cardio 3"$ times a week. 0ince <ustin9s goal is to make the foot'all team he will need to continue to do muscle training e(ercises &"+ times a week. 0ince <ustin9s goal is to make the foot'all team he will need to regularly stretch and that will help prevent in*ury.

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Cardiovascular Activity

7(plain how you will utili8e the principle of progression for each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. <ustin will utili8e the principle of progression 'y 5! percent every 5! days such as running a mile.

7(plain how you will utili8e the principle of regularity for each component of fitness in your e(ercise prescription. <ustin will utili8e the principle of regularity 'y doing cardio e(ercises 3"$ times a week.

Muscular strength and endurance

Fle i!ility

<ustin will utili8e the principle of progression 'y increasing repetitions and weight 'y 5! percent every 5! days. <ustin will utili8e the principle of progression 'y increasing how far he stretches each time 'y 5! percent every 5! days.

<ustin will utili8e the principle of regularity 'y doing muscle strengthening e(ercises &"+ times a week. <ustin will utili8e the principle of regularity 'y stretching at least 3 times a week if not daily.

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