FITT and SAID Avneet 8F

FITT stands for frequency, intensity, type, and time. Frequency means how often you exercise or how often you commit to it. Intensity means how much effort you put into the exercise and how hard you push yourself. Type means what kind of exercise you do or which exercise you commit to. Time refers to how long you exercise for or how much time you spend doing your exercise.

SAID stands for specific, adaption, imposed, and demand. Specific stands for what body part you will focus on during the workout for example if you are going to focus on your arms. Adaption refers to your body adapting to stress on a body part. Imposed means how much you run or how much you lift weights depending on your body and muscles. Demand means when you demand to much from your body it can hurt your body and you could get an injury. If you demand to little from your body you can get lazy.

It is recommended that a teenager should get one hour of physical activity mostly each day. For a grade 8 student you should run 4-6 miles per day and gradually increase, also you should take a few breaks in between days. Doing cardio for example push ups, pull ups, sit ups, and many more is important to do at least 3-4 times a week. Eventually you will increase the amount of cardio you do as you keep doing it. You can start by doing 1 set of 15 reps and increase the amount of sets and reps. When you increase the amount of reps and sets make sure you don't increase them to fast or by too much because you don't want to injure yourself.

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