HOPE: Skill Related Fitness Project
My client is the everyday average teen. His health was good and his strengths are in agility and coordination. His limitations are when he becomes too tired to do anymore exercises. My client proved to me that he had very good speed; he is able to run long distances without stopping so that shows that he has endurance. He was also able to change the direction in which he was running very quickly, which showed agility, but in his tests for coordination/balance, power and reaction time were not good. When it came to power, he was not able to lift as much as he should be able too. In reaction time, my client was easily distracted. Coordination was his worst skill. He showed a lack of coordination with both hands and feet.
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I have planned four different exercises that will improve my client's power, reaction time and coordination/balance. For coordination/balance, he will do either step classes or play soccer. For power he will do weight lifting. For reaction time he will play baseball. Along with this training, he will also attend martial arts classes three times a week. The first week, our client will do one of these actvities a day for one our. The next week, he will do these one of these activities per day for one hour and thirty minutes. On the first day of the third week, he will do two of these activities per day for two hours. As you can see, he will do these activities a little longer and harder as time progresses. At the end of the week and after all of his training, he will compete in a mixed martial arts tournament, where he will show his coordination/balance, his agility, his strength and his reaction time.