Demonstrate proper form when performing the following muscular strength and endurance exercises (e.g., curl up, sit up, plank, push up).
Demonstrate proper form when developing flexibility (e.g., trunk lift, sit and reach, shoulder stretch).
Demonstrate proper pacing technique when running for various periods of time or distance (e.g., sprint, jog, mile-run).
Use fitness assessment results to identify personal strengths and weaknesses and plan for personal improvement.
Participate in warm-up and cool-down procedures before and after vigorous activities.
Describe the health benefits of regular participation in physical activity.
Define the components of the F.I.T.T. principle of exercise (e.g., frequency, intensity, time, and type).
Demonstrate knowledge of the five health related fitness components (e.g., cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition, flexibility).
Demonstrate knowledge of skill related fitness (e.g., speed, agility, balance, reaction time, power, coordination).
Identify school and community programs promoting lifelong physical activity.
Engage in lifestyle behaviors to increase physical activity outside of the physical education setting.
Record physical activity participation (e.g., in and outside physical education).