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Are you sure you want to YesNo Your message goes here HANDOUTS ON 6 COMPONENTS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS-TIME TO DO ACTIVITIES ON SHEETSHand out “My Exercise History” sheet and go over a few-KEEP THIS SLIDE UP WHEN THEY ARE WORKINGAFTER THIS SLIDE GIVE HANDOUT WITH CHART AND FITNESS AFFECTS ON FITNESS Fitness Presentation 2010 1. What is it and what can it do for me?
Fitness
June 22, 2010
Josh Ogilvie BPE, BEd, CPT
2.

Define “Fitness”
The definition of fitness has changed over the years
It can be summarized as being in good physical condition as a result of regular exercise and proper nutrition
More specifically it can be described as being in good physical condition to be able to handle one’s daily lifestyle while being able to prevent hypokinetic illnesses(related to sedentary lifestyles)
4.

The 2 Different Types of Fitness
GENERAL FITNESS: Activity or exercise that people participate in to be active and healthy
SPECIFIC FITNESS: Specialized training needed for work, a sports team, or for rehab
5. Examples
GENERAL FITNESS
Running
Weight training
Swimming
Yoga
Hiking
Dancing
Biking
Walking
SPECIFIC FITNESS
Sports training
Marathon/Half marathon training
Ironman training
Rehab training
Brain fitness*
* Can be in both fields
6. Well, I run often so I’m fit right?
Like machines, our bodies are complex and need to be understood if we are to use it efficiently
Running is a great cardio activity but it will not deliver optimal health or fitness levels by itself (even if your diet is perfect)
There are 6 general components to our physical fitness that are very important for our health and fitness levels
7.

The 6 Components of Physical Fitness
Cardiovascular Endurance
Muscular Strength
Muscular Endurance
Flexibility
Body Composition
General Body Skills
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Quick Review:
What does it mean to be fit?
What are 2 different types of fitness we discussed?
What are the 6 Components of Physical Fitness?
Name 1 activity that would target each component
10. What Has Fitness Looked Like for Me Over the Years?
Was this you when you were younger?
But find yourself lately doing more
of this.

The General Exercise Trend into Adulthood:
As our age
our participation in regular
exercise
12.

Reflection Time
Take a few minutes and think back to when you were in grade school:
What kind of activities/exercises did you participate in regularly?
Think back to your 20s:
What kind of activities/exercises did you participate in regularly?
Think back to your 30s up until now:
Are you still as active? What do you participate in now?
14. Some reasons for declining participation include:
Lack of time
Lack of knowledge (no more coaches/teachers to instruct)
Lack of interest/enjoyment
Self esteem issues
Family or relationship responsibilities
Work
Weather
Location, location, location
Others?
15.

What Can I Do to Be More Active?
To save money consider.
community centers- many inexpensive programs
partner training-cheaper for 2/3 people than 1
group training- can be $10-15/session
exercise with family/friends-no need for a gym
corporate fitness groups-company pays some/all
of expense
16.
using your break/lunch time
walking to and from work
set blocks of time per week for your exercise
using local parks/beaches
in home training-with own equipment or with a
trainer
Note: Health benefits can be achieved by participating in 3 ten minute exercise sessions every day (break time, lunch, afternoon break, etc)
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Popular Fitness Trends for Adults
Strength Training: Many people have realized the importance for general strength training and how it can positively affect their lifestyles and health (especially among the aging population)
Functional Training: This style of fitness training allows the individual to focus on real life movements instead of using machines and exercise gadgets
Dance and Group Fitness Classes: These allow participants to choose the classes that are in line with their interests and give them a great workout
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Yoga, Pilates, and Fusion Classes: These focus on general body strength with a large emphasis on flexibility and mind:body connections.


Partner Training: Having 1 or 2 friends to workout with creates a sense of fun and motivation while also lowering individual costs
Express Workouts: This can be a great way to get your workout complete in approximately 30 minutes
20. It is a natural process we all go through from the moment we are born until we die
How we live, what we eat and drink, and the roles we assume in life can all have an affect on our aging process
Ultimately our genetic code will determine how we age and the changes we experience, but there are ways to positively influence this
22. What Kind of Changes Occur?
What physical changes have you noticed since your 20s?
Structure
Changes
Function
Changes
24.

Serious Conditions Related to the Aging Process
Our genetics and lifestyles have a large influence over the following conditions:
High blood pressure
Stroke
Heart disease
Diabetes
Weight gain
Osteoporosis
Arthritis
*NOTE: Regular exercise can greatly reduce the effects of, if not prevent, all these conditions
25. While the aging process can seem negative and saddening, we are not powerless when it comes to prevention and minimization of the some of the effects
The old saying “Use it or Lose it” holds a lot of weight when it comes to our bodies and the aging process
The more we use our bodies physically and mentally, the more effective we can be and this also affects our overall health level
26. How Can Fitness Affect the Aging Process?
27.

The Fountain of Youth is REAL!!!
Extensive research has
shown that exercise can make
our DNA younger and healthier
As well, it can make our bodies
rebuild strength in our chromosomes
which will help us fight off infection
and disease as we did when we were younger
HOW SO???
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Other Ways Fitness Helps:
Reduces effects of insomnia
Lowers blood pressure
Counteracts the effects of depression
Reduces/prevents dementia
Creates social networks
Keeps bones strong
Increases one’s self efficacy (very important as one retires and takes on a new role in life)
30.
That we simply lost athletic ability as we aged
We become weak and feeble
Exercise is something we used to do
31.


Age related loss in fitness levels is largely due to inactivity rather than age alone
Strength training helps people of all ages burn fat, build muscle, boost metabolism, and ease pain of arthritis
Exercise is essential to reduce stress
32.

How Has Fitness Helped You?
Weight loss?
Athletic achievements?
Health control?
Others?
33. Current Health Concerns and the Role of Fitness
Remembering parts of the aging process we looked at consider:

  • “Seniors” represent the quickest growing age
group in Canada
  • By 2001, 1 in 8 Canadians were 65+ 34. By 2041, 1 in 4 will be 65+
(source: Canada’s Aging Population: Government of Canada, 2002)
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Chronic Illness: What is it?
Essentially it is an illness that lasts a long period of time (3 months or longer)
The World Health Organization has identified 5 factors for the onset of chronic illness:
Age
Heredity
Poor diet
Physical inactivity
Smoking
Of these 5 only 2 are outside our control
38. Some Common Chronic Illnesses
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Rheumatoid/osteoarthritis
Asthma
Diabetes
Chronic hepatitis
Cardiovascular disease
Osteoporosis
Some types of cancer
39.

The Costs to Our Healthcare
Chronic illnesses account for more than 80% of our national healthcare spending
Breakdown by illness category:
Cardiovascular disease – $28 Billion
Diabetes - $14 Billion
Cancers - $13 Billion
Respiratory illnesses - $8 Billion
Obesity related illnesses - $1. 8 Billion
(Source: Bridgepoint Health Bulletin Vol 1 #5, 2005)
40.

How Can Fitness Help?
Safe and effective fitness activities have been endorsed by the leading experts as a positive way to prevent, beat, and cope with chronic illnesses
“If you are aging and have hereditary risks, minimizing the preventable factors is critically important to maintaining your health. If you are young and don’t have hereditary markers but have one or more of the other risk factors, you are taking serious chances with your health.


(Marian Walsh, Bridgepoint Health Bulletin Vol 1 #5, 2005)
41.

What Should I Do?
#1- Check with your doctor
#2- Choose which activity(ies) you would like to
participate in (solo, friends?)
#3- Check with your local fitness centers and/or
find a fitness trainer
#4- Make sure you have the necessary materials (if
needed)
#5- Set some long range and short term goals
#6- Have FUN!!!!
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Final Thoughts to Take With You:
Whatever physical condition you are in, remember this:
Like life, your physical conditioning is a journey.

Endurance

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