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Personal Fitness Plan 
After all the major fitness concepts have been covered, students will create an 8 week workout plan for themselves. The plan should include flexibility, strength and cardiovasvular endurance. Consideration the F.I.T.T. principle and should include a progression of increased overload. They are allowed to use any exercise they wish to incorporate these elements. The students will be given an example of an exceptional workout plan.
Rubric Code: P22A42C
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Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Personal Fitness Plan
  Exceptional

5 pts

Good

4 pts

Fair

2 pts

Poor

1 pts

Organization

Exceptional

Workouts are organized in a manner that utilizes 3 exercises each of flexibility, strength and cardiovasvular endurance using no equipment. Consideration of the F.I.T.T. principle and should include a progression of increased overload. They are allowed to use any exercise they wish to incorporate these elements.
Exercises should be organized so that a chart may be kept on progress.

The students will be given an example of an exceptional workout plan.
Good

The plan should include at least 2 exercises each of flexibility, strength and cardiovasvular endurance. Consideration of the F.I.T.T. principle and should include a progression of increased overload. They are allowed to use any exercise they wish to incorporate these elements.
Fair

Exercises not organized. No F.I.T.T concepts. Auxiliary exercises may not be appropriate for goal.
Poor

Random exercises are used with no form of organization or consistency.
Progression

Exceptional

The workouts use a natural progression. The first weeks start at a beginning level and move through, increasingly more reps, harder exercise and/or faster pace. Plan is easily tracked and organized.
Good

The workout uses a small progression. It starts off for a beginner and advances but the increased muscle overload is inconsistent. Plan is somewhat organized and trackable.
Fair

The workout progresses a small amount but not enough to be significant. Little change in overload throughout the program. Plan not organized and hard to follow.
Poor

The workout plan uses no progression for strength development and no clear way of keeping track.





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