Physical Education: Journal Entry

Have a journal notebook and answer the following questions:

  • How can you be active enough to have a healthy life?

  • Why is it important to develop a regular physical activity and not just use one developed for someone?

  • Why is it necessary to periodically reevaluate your level of fitness?

  • why it is important for people to engage in a physical activity?

  • Why is it important to be physically fit?

  • Create a simple fitness dance routine
  • How can one improve and sustain the desired level of physical fitness?

  • Write your fitness plan

  • What does a physically fit person look like?

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Rosalina Agmata said...

PPFT -measure your physical components -to determine and accept your weaknesses and strengths as far as physical components are concern

Rosalina Agmata said...

In my own understanding,the PPFT must be perform honestly,accurately and actively so that it can determine and accept your weaknesses and strengths as far as physical components are concerned

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