• Objectives:                                                                                                                           

         Students will analyze the importance of  physical benefits.                                 

         Students will demonstrate proper technique.                                                       

         Students will produce muscular strength and endurance.                                                   

         Students will evaluate their level of physical fitness.

    Teks: §116.52. Foundations of Personal Fitness (One-Half Credit).

    Knowledge and skills.        

    (1)     Movement: While participating in physical activity, the student applies physiological and biomechanical principles to improve health-related fitness.                      

         The student is expected to:                                                        

         (A)  apply physiological principles related to exercise and training such as warm-up/cool down, overload, frequency, intensity, specificity, or progression; and                                                        

         (B)  apply biomechanical principles related to exercise and training such as force, leverage, and type of contraction.                                                           

    (2)  Social development. During physical activity, the student develops positive self-management and social skills needed to work independently and with others.                                                     

         The student is expected to:                                                        

        (A)  apply rules, procedures, and etiquette; and                                                    

        (B)  recognize and resolve conflicts during physical activity.                                  .                                                              

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