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Contents Preface Acknowledgments Part I: Foundations of Health-Related Fitness and Physical Activity Chapter 1: Introduction to Physical Best Chapter 2: Physical Activity Behavior and Motivation Chapter 3: Basic Training Principles Chapter 4: Nutrition Part II: Components of Health-Related Fitness Chapter 5: Aerobic Fitness Chapter 6: Muscular Strength and Endurance Chapter 7: Flexibility Chapter 8: Body Composition Part III: Curriculum and Teaching Methods Chapter 9: Curriculum Development for Health-Related Physical Fitness Education Chapter 10: Teaching Styles and Strategies Chapter 11: Including Everyone Part IV: Foundations of Assessment in Health-Related Fitness and Physical Activity Chapter 12: Principles of Assessment Chapter 13: Assessing Health-Related Physical Fitness Chapter 14: Assessing Fitness Knowledge, Self-Responsibility, and Attitudes Appendix A: Worksheets and Reproducibles Appendix B: Nutrient Content Claims Appendix C: Exercises for Prepuberty Appendix D: Alternatives for Questionable Exercises Appendix E: Body Mass and Composition Measures Appendix F: CDC's Guidelines for School and Community Programs to Promote Lifelong Physical Activity Among Young People Appendix G: Student Asthma Action Card Appendix H: Middle School Assessment Example: P.E. - L.I.F.E. Assessment Project Glossary References Index About Physical Best
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Physical education and training Study and teaching United States, Physical fitness Study and teaching United States