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    • 13 equally important to the physical fitness and activity levels of our students (Taylor, Farmer, Cameron, Meredith-Jones, Williams & Mann, 2011). An effective PE curriculum has long-term benefits. At the middle school level, there are twelve...
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    • 16 Also in the 1800s, Edgar Allen Poe, a famous nineteenth century author said, “Even where the sense is perfectly clear, a sentence may be deprived of half its force—its spirit—its point by improper punctuation” (as quoted in Shaw, 1963, p. 15);...
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    • 20 Third, focus activities are used to, again, maintain a routine and ensure students feel comfortable and know what is expected. Starting class on the right note is imperative. For example, if the instructor is not prepared to start class, it...
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    • 21 together is also a good tool. Those working on losing weight stay together or those that need smaller weights work together. Those more experienced in each category may work with a new student for a week until they feel comfortable on all...
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    • 28 5. Recording of all beginning scores for strength, aerobic, and perception assessments. 6. Introduction to the weight room machines and safety procedures and equipment, explanation of accommodations that machines have for injuries students may...
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    • 32 Step 6. Participants were taken into the weight room and trained on the weight machines. As the semester progressed all students were trained to use all machines and free weights in the weight room. This technique made it possible for students...
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    • 33 seven machines that could be used for back exercises. There was a “whole gym” apparatus that stood in the middle of the weight room that had six stations and could be used all at once. Each station had the capacity to be transformed into...
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    • 35 appropriate workout. Using this method of timing, students are able to increase individual aerobic endurance while not worrying about other runners. This puts smiles on their faces and pride in their hearts to accomplish something they could not...
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    • 39 recorded on the personal evaluation sheet (see Appendix B). At the end of the semester students were asked to evaluate the course and make any suggestions to improve it for future students. Step 11. Students were gathered and accomplishments...
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    • 40 bars for each bench and the squat rack. There were two shoulder press machines and two shoulder extension machines. There were seven machines that could be used for back exercises. Weight room had a “whole gym” apparatus with six stations that...
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    • 56 students looked forward to coming to and feel physically better about themselves. The result of this study was the significant amount participants increased from pre and post-assessment scores and more importantly the way self-esteem and...
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    • 57 were used to increase aerobic levels. Students completed many different workouts none being labeled the “mile” most were in fact more than a mile in distance. This study found that when students were not “made” to run the mile in a certain time...
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    • 59 themselves to reach new goals. For example, if a student had asthma was prone to an attack when running, she ran with her inhaler and she stopped when she needed. Some of these asthma students had never tried running more than a few yards...
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    • 60 students a broader knowledge base about the many ways to utilize what is around them. The students were not graded by comparing them to norms or to one another. Students’ scores increased according to their abilities and physical progress....
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    • 62 Students wanted to work these muscles every day. Lessons of rest and recovery were presented for all muscles, especially abdominal muscles. When asked what the instructor could do to enhance workouts, fifty percent of students stated that they...
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    • 85 Weight Room Upper/Lower Body Objective: Students will gain knowledge in the area of weight room fitness. 100% of students will be able to explain, demonstrate and explain alternative exercises to every machine in our school weight room. Students...
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    • 93 Hot chocolate supplies: Cocoa Motion machines, styrofoam cups, Stephen’s hot chocolate To set up the hot chocolate, plug in Cocoa Motion machines behind desk, use 2 or more based on number of participants. Fill clear pitcher with hot water from...

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