Designing & Implementing Individualized Fitness Plans


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Which is NOT an initial test for finding out how fit you are?

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1. Which is an example of a medium-term goal?

2. Which is a disadvantage of working out in groups?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Test what you know about designing and implementing individual fitness plans with this interactive quiz that can be printed as a worksheet for review. You'll review how to increase your exercise intensity and your understanding of short, medium and long-term goals.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet will check your understanding of:

  • Initial tests for finding out how fit you are
  • Examples of medium term goals
  • Disadvantages of working out in groups
  • How much to increase the length of a run or weight to a lift safely

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you can do to initially test how fit you are
  • Knowledge application - use what you know about different length goals to answer a question about them
  • Interpreting information - read information about how to measure your waist and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

You can find a more comprehensive overview of this topic in the lesson Designing & Implementing Individualized Fitness Plans. This lesson offers more information about:

  • The Mayo Clinic's recommendations on assessing your basic fitness level
  • What sports scientists recommend doing
  • Writing down your goals
  • Sample fitness plans
  • Understanding the difference in short, medium and long-term goals
  • Getting support and accountability