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Be Your Own Personal Trainer

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Rubric Code: YX9WXB9
At the end of the semester, each group will design a workout plan for a specific week. Within this week each group will build a workout for their peers. Each group must collaborate to make sure the workout is appropriate and confines within what they want each of their peers accomplish.
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Categories: Subjects: Physical Ed., Fitness  
Types: Project  
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  Exceptional
20 pts
Good
15 pts
Fair
10 pts
Poor
5 pts
Neatness
Exceptional

Project is typed and days are clearly labeled. Workouts are clearly separated within each day.
Good

Project is typed and has days. Workouts are separated but are not as clear.
Fair

Project is typed. Days are separated but it is not clear. Workouts run together but are readable.
Poor

Project is not typed. You can't tell where one day ends and another begins. . Workouts run together.
Elements
Exceptional

Workout includes 3 or more exercises for each element: Muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardiorespiratory endurance, and flexibility.
Good

Workout includes 2 exercises for each element.
Fair

Workout includes one exercise for each element.
Poor

Workout doesn't include all of the elemnts.
Paragraph summaries
Exceptional

All paragraph summaries are included. They include thorough descriptions of each exercise and how it incorporates different elements of fitness.
Good

All paragraph summaries are included. They are somewhat thorough and incorporate most exercises to elements.
Fair

All paragraph summaries are present. They are not thorough and do not incorporate exercises to elements.
Poor

There are paragraph summaries missing.
Organization
Exceptional

Workouts are organized in a manner that utilizes different programs (i.e. pyramid training, split week, etc). More than three programs are used.
Good

Few random exercises are used. Most exercises are written in programs. 1-2 programs are used.
Fair

Many random exercises are written with only 1 program used.
Poor

Random exercises are written in each day with no form of organization or useage of programs.
Progression
Exceptional

The workouts use a natural progression. The first days start as a beginner and end being more avanced and doing 5 or more complex exercises.
Good

The workout uses a small progression. It starts off for a beginner and advances through the week but only uses 3-4 different exercises.
Fair

The workout progresses a small amount but not enough to be significant and only 1-2 different exercises are used.
Poor

The workout plan uses no progression for progress and uses the same exercises throughout the workout.



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