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Ch 8: MTLE Physical Education: Physical Activity

About This Chapter

This chapter will show you what physical activity information you need to review for the MTLE Physical Education test. Once you've watched each engaging video lesson, try out quizzes for practice.

MTLE Physical Education: Physical Activity - Chapter Summary

Follow the lessons in this chapter to develop a better understanding of physical activity for the MTLE Physical Education test. Our instructors will share the most crucial points concerning strength and flexibility that may come up on the test. These lessons include topics that may be on the exam, such as:

  • Cardiorespiratory activities for different ages
  • Cardiorespiratory fitness assessment
  • Monitoring and assessing endurance levels
  • Practices for developing muscle endurance and strength
  • Techniques for assessing muscular endurance
  • Developing and improving flexibility
  • Techniques for assessing flexibility

By the end of this chapter, you will be ready to answer physical activity questions that could appear on the MTLE Physical Education test. Study up on the subject by watching our video lessons, and practice for exam day with our multiple-choice quizzes and chapter exam. Use this chapter's helpful resources from your computer, smartphone or tablet.

8 Lessons in Chapter 8: MTLE Physical Education: Physical Activity
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Cardiorespiratory Fitness Activities for Various Levels

1. Cardiorespiratory Fitness Activities for Various Levels

Cardiorespiratory fitness is important at all ages and at all levels of development. This lesson will explore the many different types of fitness activities for various levels of fitness. We will end with a brief quiz to test what you have learned.

Assessing Cardiorespiratory Fitness: Techniques & Resources

2. Assessing Cardiorespiratory Fitness: Techniques & Resources

In this lesson we review ways to assess cardiorespiratory fitness. We describe the resources and techniques utilized to perform these tests and monitor endurance levels. We also elaborate on self-assessment techniques as well.

Developing Strength & Muscle Endurance

3. Developing Strength & Muscle Endurance

In this lesson we review ways to develop both strength and muscle endurance. We discuss principles and processes for achieving these skills and physiological goals along with crucial safety practices as well.

Activities for Building Strength & Muscular Endurance

4. Activities for Building Strength & Muscular Endurance

Workout fads come and go. New ways to lose weight and gain strength are always being touted as the latest, greatest thing. Most are gimmicky and expensive. There are many things that you can do at home or with limited gym equipment to build strength and muscular endurance.

Assessing Strength & Muscular Endurance

5. Assessing Strength & Muscular Endurance

In this lesson, we assess both strength and muscular endurance. We review both resources and accompanying techniques for the assessments, including self-monitoring. We also discuss the safety of specific exercises and equipment.

Developing Flexibility: Principles & Skills

6. Developing Flexibility: Principles & Skills

In this lesson, we will tackle two questions: Why do I need flexibility? How do I gain flexibility? Stretching and flexibility help us stay limber, remain injury free, improve performance, and generally achieve better health and wellness.

Activities for Improving Flexibility

7. Activities for Improving Flexibility

Flexibility is important not just to athletes but to our everyday lives as well. In this lesson, you'll learn what flexibility is, as well as certain things you can do to help improve your flexibility no matter how old you are.

Assessing Flexibility: Techniques, Resources & Self-Assessment

8. Assessing Flexibility: Techniques, Resources & Self-Assessment

In this lesson, we assess flexibility and discuss resources and techniques for doing so. We also review methodologies for self-assessment. We elaborate on seven of the most popular tests that are available to measure flexibility.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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