Assignment 4 Fitness Training Programme (*Task 1 - Gathering client/ user…
Assignment 4 Fitness Training Programme
Task 3 Reviewing Your Training Plan
This section is about reviewing your training plan and how effective it has been.
Has your training meet your goals needs?
For example has your target fitness components improved?
What measurements could you use to confirm they have improved/ or got worse?
Self reflection. Do you feel you met your goals
Self reflection did you enjoy the plan? If yes why did you enjoy it? If no why not?
Self reflection did you stick to the plan? If yes why? what helped?
Now that you have finished your plan how would you improve it? What would you change and why?
Task 2. Fitness Training Program
When designing the programme remeber the FITT Principle
Intensity - The program needs to get harder so your fitness keeps improving.
Frequency - How often will you train. Everyday or every other Day?
Create a table for each day of the week.
All training methods need to be appropriate for your goal.
Goal: be able to complete 50 press ups. - Muscular endurance training e.g. weights low weight but high repetitions, or body weight exercises.
Goal: is to complete a 10k run in 6 weeks = Principle of training is Cardio vascular based. e.g. Fartlek, Continuous, Interval.
Examples of fitness training programes
Task 1 - Gathering client/ user details. Set the tone by writing a basic paragraph based on the information above and introducing your client.
Do they have access to facilities?
What is their goal?
Use SMART Goals
T - Time Framed. The time for the plan is 6 weeks
R - Realistic. Yes this is a goal that can be achieved.
A - Achievable. The client can do this as they have access to the right facilities
M - Measured. They will complete the Cooper Run at the beginning of the training plan then test again at the end.
S - Specific. The client want to improve their CV endurance.
You are the current client.
What are their injuries or illnesses?
Types of training methods
High weight low reps
Fartlek Trainin. Running with measured of pace, but you always keep moving.
Interval training. Periods of work with a rest
Continuous running, jogging for a set distance/ time.
Muscular Strength Endurance
Body weight exercises. Weight training Low wight high reps