PART 1:(10 points) Step 1: Summary of ACSM results• A) Write a one-paragraph sum

PART 1:(10 points) Step 1: Summary of ACSM results• A) Write a one-paragraph summary about your pre-skill assessment scores. Discuss your strengths and weaknesses and briefly explain how you plan to improve the weaker scores. B) Then, provide a paragraph on application to future teachings (how does this fitness assessmentassignment apply to your future?) with proper grammar and sentence structure.• Answer the following questions: bold or highlight your answers1. Do you do stretching for flexibility at least 3 days a week? Yes OR No2. Do you do activities that make you sweat or breath hard for at least 20 minutes a day at least 3 days a week? Yes OR No3. Do you do muscle fitness exercises 2-3 days per week? Yes OR No4. Do you do PA equal to brisk walking for 30 minutes at least 5 days a week? Yes ORNo5. How often do you rest or are inactive? Never – Sometimes – Often – A Lot(5 points) Step 2: Create a list of a variety of activities (3-5) you plan to use to create your personal fitness plan• Health-related fitness• Skill-related fitness• Examples: lifestyle activities (walking the dog, gardening); aerobic or recreational activities (fitness classes, bike riding); flexibility exercises (dance, Yoga, Pilates); active sports (individual/dual & team sports); and muscular strength & endurance (weight training, group fitness targeting strength)(20 points) Step 3: Set Goals: use your ACSM scores and SMART goals to create a plan• On the bottom of each day, state the areas needed for improvement in bold(i.e. cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, or flexibility) • To follow-through with your healthy eating/food choices SMART goal, at the end of each week, break down yournutrition/healthy eating goal for each week to how progression with hopes to accomplish it by October 29, 2021.(65 points) Step 4: Structure Your Plan and Type It Out in calendar format• Calendar Dates: September 20, 2021 – October 29, 2021• Minimal 3 days per week for 6 weeks • Follow the FITT principle• Example: FlexibilityMonday, Jan. 30Wednesday, Feb. 1Friday, Feb. 34:30pm: Warm-up on the bike, moderately 4.0 speed, 1.0 incline (5 mins)4:35pm: Jog at 4.8 on TM (20 mins), 1.0 incline4:55pm: Static stretches(i.e. neck, arms, back, hamstrings) (20 mins)5:15pm: Cool downwalking slowly at 3.0 speed, no incline (5 mins)4:10pm: Jog on TM at 4.8 (15 mins), 1.0 incline4:30pm: Beginner (low-moderate) Yoga class (60 mins) 7:30am: Ride bike moderately, to dance studio (20 mins)8:00am: Advanced (moderate) Ballet class (90 mins)9:30am: Ride bike moderately, home (20 mins)Slight cardio/flexibilityCardio/strength/flexibilityCardio/strength/flexibilityHealthy eating goal week 1: Two servings of fruit, three days this week (M, W, F)
Requirements: 400+

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