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Module Two Wellness Plan

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Fill in all logs and answer the reflection questions completely ​with supporting details
for sections 1-5.​ ​After completing all sections, submit this file as your Module Two
Wellness Plan assignment.

Section 1: Fitness Assessments


Complete the following steps on the chart below:

Step1

Complete ​Column B.​ Use the ​original results​ from your 01.03 Fitness Assessments.

Step 2

Complete ​Column C.​ Use your results from the ​Module 1 Wellness Plan Fitness
Assessments.

Step 3

Complete ​Column D.​ Use your current results from the ​Module 2 Wellness Plan
Fitness Assessments.

Column A Column B Column C Column D

Activity Lesson 01.03 Module 1 Module 2

Fitness Wellness Plan Wellness Plan


Assessment Results Results
Results

Mile Run/Walk 12:52 12:36 12:31

Body Mass Index 33.77 33.50 33.36

Aerobic Capacity 32.01 32.17 32.28

Curl-ups 4 7 9
Push-ups 5 9 11

Trunk Lift 6 ¼” 6 ¼” 6 2/4”

Sit and Reach Right Leg Down: 7 ½” Right Leg Down: 7 ½” Right Leg Down: 7 3/4”
Left Leg Down: 7 ¾” Left Leg Down: 7 ¾” Left Leg Down: 8”

**Please save these results, as you will need to include them for future Wellness Plans
in the course.

Fitness Assessment Reflection Question:

Explain the effects of exercises on your health-related components of fitness


(flexibility, muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular, and body
composition) since beginning this course.

Answer: ​These exercises extend my flexibility range, allow to prevent injury, help to
gain muscles and will help me achieve the goal of completing this course in
good-shape.

Section 2: Flexibility Workout Log

Perform and log stretching exercises for all ​eight​ muscles listed below at least ​two
days per week​, but you may stretch every day. Module Two suggests starting with ​two
repetitions held for 15 seconds for a total of 30 seconds for each exercise​. Refer
to the yellow highlighted example below.

Please refer to Video Gallery in the course for demonstrations of how to perform
the stretching exercises.
Flexibility Exercises/Muscle
Day 1 Day 2
Stretched
Flexibility Muscle # of # of
Dates Time Dates Time
Exercises Stretched Repetitions Repetitions
2 15 2 15
EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 8/3 8/5
seconds seconds

Lying Quad 4 4
Quadriceps 6/9 1 min 6/11 1 min
Stretch

Modified 3 3
Hurdler's Hamstrings 6/9 45 sec 6/11 45 sec
Stretch

Upper Back 3 4
& Torso Trapezius 6/9 45 sec 6/11 1 min
Stretch

3 4
Calf Stretch Gastrocnemius 6/9 45 sec 6/11 1 min

4 4
Lower Back
Latissimus Dorsi 6/9 1 min 6/11 1 min
Stretch

Chest/ Bicep Pectoralis/ 4 6


Stretch Biceps 6/9 1 min 6/11 90 sec

Shoulder/ 4 4
Trapezius/
Tricep 6/9 1 min 6/11 1 min
Deltoids
Stretch

Lying 3 4
Abdominal Abdominal 6/9 45 sec 6/11 1 min
Stretch
Flexibility Reflection Questions:
Explain how the stretches become easier each time that you performed them.
How did these stretches affect your muscles during physical activities completed
after stretching?

Answer: ​They became easier through repetition and me understanding how to correctly
perform the stretch. They made my muscles feel ready and prepare for my exercise and
I had no cramps like I used to do when doing exercises.

Section 3: Muscular Strength and Endurance Log

Complete the chart below. Remember:


● Complete muscular exercises on ​nonconsecutive​ days.
● Do not​ work the same muscle groups more than once within a 48-hour period.
● You may select a different exercise than what is listed.
● Module Two suggests starting with 2 or 3 sets.
● The suggested number of repetitions is 8-10 for challenging weights and exercises.
● If you are using very light weight or bodyweight, you can complete as many as 18
repetitions depending on your current ability level.
Please refer to Video Gallery in the course for demonstrations of how to perform
the muscle exercises.

Sample:

Exercise Muscle Dates # of sets # of reps Resistance (Weight)


Worked

Squats Quadriceps 8/3 3 8 20 lbs.


Day 1 Day 2
Exercise Muscle Dates # of # of Resistance Dates # of sets # of reps Resistance
Worked sets reps (Weight) (Weight)

Squats Quadriceps 6/13 2 4 5 lbs 6/15 2 5 5 lbs

Push-ups Pectoralis 6/13 2 6 none 6/15 2 6 none

Bridges Hamstrings 6/13 2 3 none 6/15 2 4 none

Latissimus 6/13 2 4 none 6/15 2 4 none


Pull-ups
Dorsi

Gastrocnem 6/13 3 3 none 6/15 4 3 none


Calf Raises
ius

Chair Dip Triceps 6/13 2 4 none 6/15 2 5 none

Curls Biceps 6/13 2 10 5 lbs 6/15 2 12 10 lbs

Abdomina 6/13 3 15 none 6/15 3 15 none


Crunches
l

Muscular Strength and Endurance Reflection Question:

Based on your workout, what muscles do you think are the strongest and which
muscles need the most work? Explain your answer.

Answer: ​I think my biceps are the strongest because I used to exercise them a lot, and
I also frequently lift things. My least strongest would probably be my abdominals
because I have trouble doing pushups and curl ups.

Section 4: Physical Activity Log

Include all moderate and vigorous physical activity in the table below. You need at least
three different ​moderate to vigorous activities that add up to ​420 minutes​. Activities
need to add up to ​420 minutes​ without your warm-up times. Keep adding rows to show
all of your activities.

The first five rows are completed as a sample only.

Activity Minutes
Date Warm-up Physical Activity
without Warm-up

12/25 5-min stretch 2-mile walk 30 min

12/26 5-min jog 4-mile run 45 min

12/27 5-min stretch Basketball practice 60 min

12/28 15-min stretch Cheerleading–state championship 180 min

12/31 5-min stretch 3-mile bike ride 20 min

6/9 5-min walk 5- Mile Bike Ride & 2 mile run 60 min
6/10 stretch & walk 4 mile walk 70 min
6/11 light swim Swimming, vigorous (5 min break 90 min
between each 45 minutes)
6/12 walk 1-mile run @vigorous pace, repeated 3 50 min
times every hour
6/13 mile walk bike ride with friends 70 min
6/14 stretch 4-mile walk to friend’s house and back 75 min
6/15 jog and run swimming, vigorous. 75 min
TOTAL Activity Minutes ​→
490
Remember the 420-minute minimum

Physical Activity Reflection Chart


Using your activities as examples, reflect on your use of skill-related fitness elements by
completing the chart below: ​Sample:

Skill-Related Element Activity Explanation


Balance Cheerleading I am a flyer on my
cheerleading team and must
balance on one hand of my
base.

Skill-Related Element Activity Explanation


Agility Soccer Playing with friends and
having to dribble around and
through them to score a goal

Balance Squats After doing reps of squats


your legs can feel tired and
you can fall on the ground.

Coordination Soccer Dribbling a soccer ball


requires coordination with
your whole body.

Power Dumbbell Curls Using the dumbbells require


great strength when using
heavy weights.

Reaction Time Swimming Jumping into the water or off


the blocks is needed to be
done quickly so you can get a
faster swim time
Speed Piano Having to play keys that are
sometimes feet apart very
quickly needs a lot of speed.

Section 5: Fitness Tracker Data


You have two options to complete this section.

Choose Option A OR Option B:


A. If you have a fitness tracker, such as MOVBand, Fitbit, iPhone Health App,
etc., please include a screen shot of your results here AND use your results to
fill out the chart:
1.
● Wellness Plans are expected to include ​12,000 daily moves​, the
equivalent of 10,000 steps.
● Average daily moves this week​ = Total number of physical activity
minutes for the last 7 days x 26.19

● Percent toward my goal this week​ = Total average daily moves ÷


12,000

● Total moves this week​ = Total number of physical activity minutes for
the last 7 days x 183.33

Percentage/Total Module 1 Module 2

Wellness Plan Wellness Plan


Results Results
Average Daily Moves
This Week

% Toward My Goal
This Week
Total Moves This
Week

B. If you do not have a Fitness Tracker, you may complete the chart below using
the following formula:

● Wellness Plans are expected to include ​12,000 daily moves​, the


equivalent of 10,000 steps.
● Average daily moves this week​ = Total number of physical activity
minutes for the last 7 days x 26.19

● Percent toward my goal this week​ = Total average daily moves ÷


12,000

● Total moves this week​ = Total number of physical activity minutes for
the last 7 days x 183.33

Module 1 Module 2
Percentage/Total
Wellness Plan Wellness Plan
Results Results
Average Daily Moves 15190 12833
This Week

% Toward My Goal 127% (rounded) 107% (rounded)


This Week

Total Moves This 580(183.33)= 490(183.33)=


Week =​106331
=​89832

Fitness Tracker Reflection Questions:


Have you made any adjustments to your workout routine to increase your activity level
and improve on your achievements? What adjustments will you make to continue to
improve your results?

Answer: N/A

Module Two Wellness Plan Grading Rubric

Excellent Good Needs Poor


Improvement

Section 1: 18-20 points 16-17 points 13-15 points 0-12 points


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Module 2
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Section 2: 36-40 points 32-35 points 25-31 points 0-24 points


Flexibility
Log ● At least two ● More than ● At least one ● Less than
days of one ​day of day of one
stretching are stretching is stretching is complete
recorded. recorded. recorded. day of
● All​ ​eight​ stretc ● At least​ ​six ● At least​ ​four stretching
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activities are activities are recorded.
are recorded recorded recorded ● Less than
each day. each day. each day. four
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are held an s are held an es are held activities
appropriate appropriate an are
length of time. length of appropriate recorded
● Reflection time. length of each day.
question ● Reflection time. ● Few
responses are responses ● Reflection stretches
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supported​. detail and e length of
support​. time.
● Reflection
responses
are
incomplet
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inaccurat
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Section 3: 36-40 points 32-35 points 25-31 points 0-24 points


Muscular
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and muscles are muscles are muscles are four ​muscl
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workouts. hours hours rested 48
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Section 4: 45-50 points 40-44 points 30-39 points 0-29 points


Physical
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Section 5: 36-40 points 32-35 points 25-31 points 0-24 points


Fitness
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toward goal, percent percent the fitness
and total toward goal, toward goal, tracker
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week are moves for the moves for the missing.
recorded week are week are ● Reflection
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