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About the FITNESSGRAM
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Ms. Magallon

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Welcome to my webpage!

Get Ready for a Great & Fun Year!

2016-2017

Physical education is an important and essential part of the total educational experience. Although physical activity is the focus, other unique and valuable objectives are reached through a well-planned program that offers a variety of activities and experiences. This year we will cover sport and movement skills, integrating lifelong fitness, fair play, teamwork, and cooperative games, thereby encouraging a healthy and active lifestyle.


        I teach physical education (grades sixth through eighth), I have period 6 conference.

       I graduated from Cal State University Long Beach with a B.A, M.A. in Kinesiology & Physical Education; and my single subject credential in physical education. GO BEACH!!!!

Please feel free to contact me by email if you have any questions.

- Ms. Magallon

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Please follow the link to your child's period to sign up, when signing up please include your child's first and last name. 

 

Period 1 - 7th grade -    click here

Period 2 - 7th grade click here

Period 3 - 6th grade -    click here 

Period 4 - 6th gradeclick here

Period 6 - 8th grade -    click here

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Fitness Components

Cardiovascular Endurance - How well the body can deliver oxygen and nutrients needed for muscular activity and transportation of waste products from the cells.  To improve your cardiorespiratory endurance, try activities that keep your heart rate elevated at a safe level for a sustained length of time such as walking, swimming, or bicycling.

Muscular Strength - The maximum amount of force that a muscle or muscle group can exert. The way to increase strength is to train with heavy weights, working in the 4 - 6 or 12 - 15 rep ranges. The heavier the weight, the fewer reps you should perform.  If you want to gain muscle strength, try exercises such as lifting 8-10 pound weights, push ups, pull-ups or rapidly taking the stairs.

Muscular Endurance -  A muscle/muscle groups ability to perform repeated movements for an extended period of time.  To improve your muscle endurance, try  activities such as curl ups, bicep curls with 3-5  pound weights, and wall squats.

Flexibility - The ability to move the body through an entire/normal range of motion. If you want to improve your flexibility, try activities that lengthen the muscles such as yoga or a basic stretching program.

Body Composition - The comparison of the amount of fat to muscle weight as it relates to total body weight.

 


5 Components of Physical Fitness are also known as health related fitness components. Importance and benefits of physical fitness are well known. They are essential for complete fitness of body & mind. Physical fitness is an important part of life.

Previously fitness was commonly defined as the capacity of the person to meet the physical demands of daily life and carry out the day’s activities without undue fatigue. However, because of increased leisure time, changes in lifestyles rendered this definition insufficient. These days, physical fitness is considered a measure of the body’s ability to function efficiently and effectively in work and leisure activities, to be healthy, to resist hypo kinetic diseases, and to meet emergency situations.

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Calendar

Mile Runs

Spring 2016

 

 

*This is a tentative schedule and may change due to the weather or school activities.

Units 2016-2017

September 6 - 30

Flag Football

 

October 4 - 26

Softball

 

October 27 - November 18

Paddleball/Basketball

 

November 28 - December 16

Basketball

 

January 9 - 30

Soccer

 

January 31 - February 21

Gym

 

February 22 - March 14

Volleyball

 

March 15 -24

Ultimate Frisbee

 

March 27 - April 6

Softball

 

April 7 - 25

Paddleball/Basketball

 

April 26 - May 5

Basketball

 

May 8 - 17

Grass Field

 

May 18 - 30

Gym

 

May 31 - June 9

Volleyball