Prevention of cold injuries during exercise

RESOURCESPowers S. K. & Dodd S. L. (2017). Total fitness & wellness: The mastering health edition (7th ed.). San Francisco CA: Pearson.Laureate Education Inc. (Executive Producer). (2012). Fitness activities: Assessing flexibility and back pain. Baltimore MD: Author.American College of Sports Medicine. (1996). Position stand: Exercise and fluid replacement. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise 28 1.American College of Sports Medicine. (2007). Position stand: Exertional heat illness during training and competition. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise 39(3) 556572.American College of Sports Medicine. (2006). Position stand: Prevention of cold injuries during exercise. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise 38(11) 20122029.Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2000 March). Exercise-related injuries among women: Strategies for prevention from civilian and military Studies. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 49(RR02) 1333. Retrieved from Health Solutions. (2003). Low back pain exercises. Retrieved from{0e601fc7fe3603dc36f9ca2f49ef4cd268b5950ef1bbcf1f795cc00e94cdd119}20Back{0e601fc7fe3603dc36f9ca2f49ef4cd268b5950ef1bbcf1f795cc00e94cdd119}20Pain{0e601fc7fe3603dc36f9ca2f49ef4cd268b5950ef1bbcf1f795cc00e94cdd119}20Exercises.pdf+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++PROJECT DUE SUNDAYTurn in Final Project. Review the Final Project requirements and submit your project by the end of Day 7.Your Final Project is to develop a comprehensive personal fitness program. The fitness program must include all the health-related components of physical fitness and incorporate F.I.T. principles. In addition the program must also reflect other dimensions of wellness including the mental social and psychological benefits of fitness.This project is designed to demonstrate your growth throughout the course and your mastery of fitness and wellness strategies and skills through the selection of materials as related to the course and your personal fitness goals. The Final Project represents your work over the course allowing you to revise rework and rethink in order to obtain a mastery level personal fitness program that you can use for years to come. Whether you completed the weekly Fitness Activities yourself or acted as a coach for a group of fictional students you should incorporate the ideas and concepts you gained throughout this course into your personal fitness program. With that in mind it is expected that you will expand upon the work you did during the weekly Fitness Activities and incorporate that work into your Final Project.Your Final Project should contain three sections:Develop a personal fitness program with supporting evidence from the Learning Resources to demonstrate your knowledge of the components of physical fitness and wellness. Make sure to include the following:Consider the ways exercise and fitness activities benefit you mentally socially and psychologically. Discuss one mental one social and one psychological benefit you will receive or have received from your fitness program.Reflect on your experiences throughout this course and how those experiences have shaped both your current and future approach to fitness and wellness.Submit your The Final Project one week before the end of the course. The project should be 57 pages in length (12 pt. font double spaced). You must cite your sources and include a bibliography that conforms to APA format.

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