Gym Essay

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Staying fit is an important aspect of life and since not everyone is the same, specific fitness plans should be created for an individual’s needs. A fitness plan should be based on the F.I.T formula and body composition. An individual’s fitness plan depends on one’s goals and body structure and capability. Some people can handle a harsher more strict fitness plan whereas some may not be capable and may chose a less difficult plan. The fitness plan should be created around a person’s ability to exercise and one should not go overboard at the risk of injury. My fitness scores were mostly average although I could have done much better. Fitness scores help to determine whether a student or anyone for that matter is doing up to par with national standards. The fitness test also determines a person’s flexibly, muscle strength, speed, and endurance all of which should turn out average if one is to be considered healthy and fit. My worst fitness score was the mile in which it took over ten minutes to run it. Last year during terms one and two it only took me ten minutes. Last year during terms three and four it only took me nine minutes so in conclusion there was definitely a decrease in fitness from last year to this year. It seems that last year I did better in everything even the leg reach. Last year I was closer to touching the wall. My fitness scores were not as good as I had wanted them to be. I would like to make fitness plan that will work best for me so that I can improve my fitness by improve my muscle strength and stamina. The better my fitness plan is, the greater improvement I will experience. My first goal in my fitness plan is to increase my strength by putting more effort into pys ed class and exercising as best as I am able. My specific fitness plan will be used during the days in which I have phys ed class where I will train most of my major muscles such as my...
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