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Subject: Phys. Ed.: Instruction & Fitness

Sports Instruction Series

"Recommended. Produced to encourage participation at all levels." -Ed. Media Review
A thorough, how-to series which will assist educators, Physical Education instructors, coaches and parents in getting young children and teens involved in sports and physical activity. Providing graduated understanding of Click for more

Physical Qualities 1: Stamina

Physical Qualities 1: Stamina

Recent medical studies have shown that one of the most effective ways individuals can counteract risk factors for certain diseases is to enhance their own physical conditioning. The first step toward this objective is to establish a systematic, effective, and enjoyable conditioning program that addresses the following four factors: stamina, flexibility, speed, and strength. In this program viewers are introduced to the basic concepts of physical conditioning, to the four sources of exercise energy, to the differences between aerobic and anaerobic metabolism, and to the concept of stamina. Viewers learn the distinctions between aerobic stamina (the ability to sustain exercise of low to medium intensity) and anaerobic stamina (the ability to delay fatigue during intensive exercise). Student athletes demonstrate several techniques and exercise regimens for enhancing each kind of stamina, from low intensity walking and running during which pulse rates of 120-140 are sustained, to high exertion interval or circuit training regimens where higher pulse rates are achieved and only short recovery periods are allowed. The program shows several methods used by schools for assessing initial stamina levels and measuring improvements in stamina realized through exercise. Finally, viewers learn the importance of continuity and progression in any stamina-building program, and the relevance of games, partnership, and fresh air in a successful exercise regimen. 00/09DE IJSCA 30 min.





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