Cutting costs may be the main reason schools move to a four day school week, but this cannot be the only benefit. Student achievement is always a concern especially at a time when accountability is at an all-time high. Student achievement seems to increase or at least be maintained in a four day school week calendar. To increase or at least maintain student achievement, however, teachers must engage the students. Some research supports that student engagement can be maintained in longer class periods if teachers change their instructional practices.
Muscular Endurance: Muscular endurance training is where you continuously work the muscles using a lower weight and higher reps. Muscular endurance training helps prolong fatigue during activity this will help us in the later stages of the game when our legs may start to feel heavy or keep our muscles supplied with oxygen for longer so they don’t fatigue as quickly. Fartlek Training: Fartlek training is a form of cardiovascular training that requires you to run/cycle/row for a period of time at a high intensity then lower to a moderate intensity for a period of time then to a lower intensity again. Alternatively you can change the order of the intensity as there is no strict way to do Fartlek training.
Some think that kids shouldn’t be involved in competitive sports and others think the opposite. Research shows, however, that playing sports lowers the percentage of obese children and gives them a healthier lifestyle, because of the many valuable lessons kids can learn from them and because competitive sports boost up your confidence and self-esteem and make kids work at their best effort in everything. One reason why kids should be involved in competitive sports is because it could help stop the cases of obesity in children and allow them to have a healthier lifestyle. According to an article called “What are the Benefits of Competitive Sports for Youth?”
However, sports can show many more benefits than negatives that most likely have a slim to nothing chance of happening. The such benefits that sports can provide to someone in high school could be meeting new people, fitness benefits, business success, education prosperity, and etc. The first consideration on why sports should stay in schools is because many people that sign up for sports can led into various health benefits. For instance, in the article, “What in the Name of High School Football”, Hank Hill introduces the article by explaining, “The single greatest factor in preventing the nation’s #1 killer heart disease is regular and vigorous exercise, and that gets my vote.”
Both children and adolescents can do resistance training and plyometrics so long as they are appropriately prescribed and supervised (Faigenbaum, 2009). Plyometric exercises, coupled with a complete resistance training program have been found to enhance movement biomechanics, improve functional abilities, and decrease the number of sports-related injuries in young athletes (Faigenbaum et al., 2009). Up to 50% of preadolescent sports injury could be prevented when children are involved in strength and conditioning programs (ACSM, 1993). There are numerous proposed benefits of resistance training. It helps to increase muscle strength and endurance and minimze risk of injury in sports as ligaments/tendons around muscles are strengthened.
Plan: The next time my mom asks me to join her for an event; I will tell her “let me get back to you,” to provide myself time to check in with myself and my schedule agreeing. Strengths: I have become increasingly good at sending boundaries with work and internship and I think this skill translates into my personal life. Problem 2: I do not frequently exercise because I feel too busy with school, work, internship, and school; lack of exercise leaves me dealing with: obesity, lowered health, and muscle stiffness from inactivity.
I feel that if it's a normal routine for the young kids and It has no effect on them they should continue to do what they do. Young athletes work very hard because It's something they really want to do but their bodies are not physically there yet. The solution was for them to go to study hall and my other solution was to have light training and the advantages would increase their knowledge for the game and also keep their bodies healthy through the years. the disadvantages are it would cause wear and tear on their young bodies and the development of the player would take longer. All in all the time an athlete trains during the week should be cut down because of how young we are and the coaches and trains should find more effective ways to train us young
Exercise to Live As a member of the military, some level of physical fitness training has been part of my life for the past 26 years. Memories of those morning runs, those tough muscle failure sessions, or the great feeling that when it was finally over. Consequently, maintaining a certain level of fitness has always been a condition of employment. After suffering a heart attack, during a fitness evaluation in 2011, my eyes were opened to a harsh truth.
It is also quite possible that the physical standards of JROTC will increase dramatically leading to more intense physical training schedules and healthier cadets with more trust in each other during team events, for example Orienteering, Field day and Raiders. However, hopefully there will still be various consistencies, such as the requirement to wear the specified units uniform once a week and drill. Some traditions simply need to be upheld in order for the program to still be named ‘Junior Reserve