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iRubric: Circuit Training Design and Implementation rubric

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Circuit Training Design and Implementation built by KBergstrom

Rubric Code: UX8C8BB
Student will design and implement a fitness circuit for the class to complete.
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Categories: Subjects: Physical Ed., Fitness  
Types: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

Powered by iRubric Circuit Training Design
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  Poor
0 pts
Fair
3 pts
Excellent
5 pts
Warm Up Activity
Prepares muscles for work
Poor

Absolutely no warm up activity was done before circuit started.
Fair

Warm up did not get the body temp, heart rate, and breathing rates elevated.
Excellent

Warm up was successful in elevating body temp, heart rate, and breathing rate.
Number of Activities/Exercises
Poor

No activities at all.

Activities were planned at the last minute.

Students were unprepared.
Fair

Some activities available, but not enough for all students in the class.
Excellent

Enough activities were developed for the entire class to work out with no one standing around.
Health Related Fitness Componenets
Poor

Less than 3 of the health related fitness components were visible in the circuit.
Fair

Circuit incorporated at least 3 of the 5 health related fitness components.
Excellent

Circuit incorporated 4-5 health related fitness components:

-Cardiorespiratory
-Muscular Strength
-Muscular Endurance
-Flexibility
-Body Composition
Cool Down
Returning to resting state
Poor

Absolutely no cool down activity was done.
Fair

Cool down activity was done, but did not return body to resting state.
Excellent

Cool down activity was done and properly returned the body to its resting state.
Written Explanation
Explain how you made the workout, where you found your information, and when you could implement this workout into your routine
Poor

No written explanation
Fair

Simple explanations.
Excellent

Explanations were clear and concise. Student went into detail about their workout.
Overall
Poor

Little to no planning or thought was visible in the design and implementation of the circuit.

Student did not conduct themselves in an professional manner while implementing the circuit.
Fair

Some planning or thought was visible in the design and implementation of the circuit.

Student did not conduct themselves in an professional manner while implementing the circuit.
Excellent

Lots of planning and thought were visible in the design and implementation of the circuit.

Student conducted themselves as a professional while implementing the circuit.



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