Students Name Institution Affiliation Physical Education Time Slot Activities Chores errands work childcare leisure Physically Active 9.00pm to 11:00pm Yes No Relaxing as I reflect on the day’s activities No Family time: watching television with friends and family No 11.00pm to 1.00am Nighttime workouts usually push-ups Yes Proceeding to sleep No 1.00am to 3.00a.m Sleeping and relaxation No Time to calm the body and mind 3.00a.m to 5.00am Sleeping and relaxation No Time to calm the body and mind 5.00 am to 7.00am I wake up and take a warm bath then proceed to have some breakfast usually it is some bowl of cereal milk and some orange juice. No Pre-session training with fellow teammates at the Academy of energy. Therefore I have changed my diet to facilitate in taking in healthy foods that offer the body with extra power. Also my fluid intake has increased to ensure that my body is well moisturized. Physical action has also improved my happiness level and reduced agitation and anger. This is as a result of constant positive interaction with my fellow teammates during practice. Also my happiness level has improved because I score more than before thus am happy with the direction that my career is taking. References Association for Physical Education. (2006). Physical education matters. London: Author. Hanna L. (2012). 403 Forbidden. Retrieved from www.mirror.co.uk H. (2013). Education intellectual moral and physical. Place of publication not identified: Theclassics Us. [...]
Using the activity tracking worksheet on pages 69 - 70, track any and all activity over a three-day period this week. Please use detail and specific information for each time period. At the conclusion of the tracking activity, write a one page reflection of what you personally observed. Were you more or less active than you thought you would be? Can you match your stage of physical activity readiness to your activity tracking? Please answer these two questions within your reflection. PLEASE MAKE THE CHART EXACTLY LIKE THE EXAMPLE SHOWN!!!!!