Ch 44: Developing Physical Fitness Plans

About This Chapter

These lessons will help you review the curriculum issues involved with health education, influences of the locus of control on maintaining fitness plans, uses of behavior management in fitness plans and how to create fitness plans for people with disabilities.

Developing Physical Fitness Plans - Chapter Summary

This chapter will help you review the factors and techniques to keep in mind when putting together physical fitness plans or health education curriculum. It is composed of a series of short and engaging lesson videos about related curriculum issues, influences of life styles and the locus of control on personal wellness, and the functions of behavioral management. Follow along with our professional instructors in these lessons to review for questions about:

  • Curriculum issues related to health education
  • Design methods and goals of school fitness programs
  • Implementation and benefits of individualized and group fitness plans
  • Relationship between life choices and personal wellness
  • Making behavioral changes with behavior management plans
  • Relationship between locus of control and personal wellness
  • Major issues of functional health and disabilities

To further improve your understanding of these topics, read the lesson transcripts. These written overviews will provide you with an additional opportunity to review the material and vocabulary of the chapter. Once you complete a lesson, take the lesson's quiz to determine how well you retained the material presented in it. You will be able identify the topics of the lessons you don't understand from your quiz results, and can then use video tags to review the parts of the lessons that explained them.

6 Lessons in Chapter 44: Developing Physical Fitness Plans
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Curriculum Issues in Health Education

1. Curriculum Issues in Health Education

Proper curriculums are crucial when educating health education students. Many issues and factors play a role in the development of these curriculums, and this lesson goes over some important ones.

Physical Education Activities & Curriculum Development

2. Physical Education Activities & Curriculum Development

In this lesson, we focus on the key principles to keep in mind when developing a physical education curriculum, including ensuring you design appropriate activities for your class.

Lifestyle Choices and Personal Wellness: Decisions, Behavior & Prevention

3. Lifestyle Choices and Personal Wellness: Decisions, Behavior & Prevention

What are lifestyle choices? What are acute and chronic problems? Which U.S. agencies are important for disease prevention? You'll find out about this and more in this lesson!

Locus of Control: Definition & Relation to Wellness

4. Locus of Control: Definition & Relation to Wellness

Are you an internally or externally focused person? What does that really all mean? How does it affect your view of the world and your potential successes and failures? This and more will be discussed in this lesson.

Creating a Behavior Management Plan: Steps & Behavioral Changes

5. Creating a Behavior Management Plan: Steps & Behavioral Changes

This lesson will outline the steps you need to take if you'd like to make a positive, health-related change in your life. You'll learn about keeping a journal and how to set SMART goals for yourself.

Functional Health & Disability: Definition & Major Issues

6. Functional Health & Disability: Definition & Major Issues

This lesson looks at the functional health issues of the mechanical system. In other words, we examine the human body, why it fails and what happens when it does.

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