Kinesiology question

Scenario Strength program. Each student will be given a scenario based on an individual’s health and exercise history. Using that information, students will put together a strength training program for that particular individual based on the F.I.T.T. principle. Sets, repetitions, warm-up, cool-down, duration or exercise, and types of exercises must be included in the program. The program is worth 50 points.

Scenario –

Hank (male) is a 27-year-old former football player who would like to increase his muscular strength back to his days in football. Hank stands 6’4” and weighs 220 pounds with a body fat percentage of 11 percent. Hank has a normal resting blood pressure of 118 / 67, his cholesterol and blood sugar levels are excellent. However, Hank has had his left knee operated on three times in the past, has had surgery for a torn ACL on his right knee last year, and currently suffers from tendonitis in both of his elbow

Based on the scenario you choose, you need to do the following when designing a strength training program.

-Include their medical history, lifestyle, and activity history.

-What will be the first thing you will do prior to writing a strength training program.

-List all goals of the individual.-Implement the F.I.T.T. principle to the strength training program:[a] Frequency

– How many days per week.[b] Intensity

– The amount of weight lifted and the percentage of weight lifted per 1 repetition.[c] Time

– The number of sets and repetitions.[d] Type

– Include exercises for all muscle groups (legs, chest, back, shoulders, arms, and core) and kind of workout (muscular endurance, hypertrophy, muscular power, and maximal strength).

– Include other types of training protocols (circuit, super setting).

– Include periodization and overload principles.

– Include the appropriate amount of time and activities for warm-up and cool down.

– Include a follow-up time for the future in re-evaluating the program.

The program MUST be typed and in complete sentences. NO EXCEPTIONS. Spelling errors and improper grammar (i.e.: ain’t, aren’t, won’t, can’t, don’t, wouldn’t, couldn’t, shouldn’t), no period, and sentences that do not begin with a capital letter will result in a loss of points.**

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