Whats Does FITT Stand for and Mean?
FITT stands for Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Type. Frequency means or refers to how much of exercise is undertaken or how often you work out or exercise. Then comes Intensity referring to how hard you exercise or how intense your workout is. Time simply means how long your solo session should last. The amount of time you spend on your workout will depend on what type of workout it is and how intense. Talking about type, type indicates what "type" of workout you will be doing. For example, you could say you will be running, walking, swimming, dancing, cycling, aerobics classes, circuit training, cycling etc.
What does SAID stand for and Mean?
Said means Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demands. I feel like that said is important because most of the time we are exercising more than one place at time and not look at the part that are not.Specific Adaptation mean working on a certain part of the body instead of using working one part then another. Imposed Demands means to try to force something new in the routine or work on a part of your body that you don't as much.This should be implemented for grade 8 because most of them work out or do some kind of exercises and need to know what this is and implement it to what they're doing.
How a Gr.8 Student Could Implement FITT and SAID in Life.
Now If we're talking about FITT you don't quite have to use it for workout or fitness you could use it for something else like for example homework. The way you use it for homework is the you figure out how much homework you have and from what type of homework otherwise which topics your homework is on. Also something else to imply to that is decide how hard you are going to work on it. Along with all this you should know how long you are going to be doing it for so manage your time wisely. SAID on the other hand is quite easy to understand. SAID means when the body is placed under stress, it starts to make adaptations that will allow the body to get better. Stress in this case kind of means a hard challenge. An example would be like if you were to practice an instrument for hours or to practice very hard, your body would adapt to the instrument and put memories in your brain, so in the future if you are ever doing the same thing you could pull out the memory (not literally) and remember how to play the instrument. Another way to use this is if you practice a math formula really hard you will keep it memorized until you need it.