Feel free to use this video as a guide to not only learn about the FITT Principle, but also review proper movement technique and be guided through OPENPhysed.org’s One and Done tabata.
For a video that just guides you through the One and Done tabata go here: https://youtu.be/wV9EfWcE1bU
For more OPENPhysed #PEatHome resources go to https://openphysed.org/activeschools/activehome.
To access the Fitness/SEL Journal directly go here: https://openphysed.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/AH-X9-ActiveHome-2WeekFitnessJournal.pdf.
For more on the FITT Principle visit this module: https://openphysed.org/curriculum_resources/msfitnessknowledge
FITT Principle is a personal fitness concept that requires the inclusion of frequency, intensity, time, and type of exercise as four elements necessary for a comprehensive and successful fitness plan.
What is Tabata Training?
Tabata training was created by a Japanese scientist named Dr. Izumi Tabata.
True Tabata workouts combine 20 seconds of vigorous activity with 10
seconds of rest in between each set.
We may adjust our timing and intensity throughout the module, but it’s
important to understand the history behind our workouts.
Dr. Tabata’s research showed that even 4-minute workouts using his timing
formula can have positive results on a person’s overall fitness.