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Personal Fitness Merit BadgeEagle RequiredProduced by:Scoutworkswww.scoutworks.weebly.comMay 2016

What You Need toComplete this Merit BadgeClick on the link for instructions on how to fill it outBlue Card(from your Scoutmaster)Personal Fitness Pamphlet(from the troop library or the scout store)Personal Fitness Workbook(free just click on the link)Merit Badge Counselor

Components of Personal Fitness Social fitnessMental and emotional fitnessSpiritual fitnessPhysical healthPhysical fitnessPERSONAL FITNESSYour individual effort to achieve your optimal or desired quality of life.

Signs of Poor Personal Fitness Obesity and poor muscle tonePersistent fatigueOften feeling pressured, tense, stressed outFrequent colds, flu, headaches, aches & painsDepression, anxiety, sleeplessness

Social Fitness:Qualities of a Socially Fit Person A good listenerAccepts othersKnows his life prioritiesAble to handle peer pressure

Social Fitness: The Scout OathOn My Honor I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country to obey the Scout Law to help other people at all times to keep myself PHYSICALLY STRONG MENTALLY AWAKE and MORALLY STRAIGHT

Social Fitness: The Scout Law TrustworthyLoyalHelpfulFriendlyCourteousKind ObedientCheerfulThriftyBraveCleanReverentLiving the Scout Oath and Law helps a Scout live a healthy social life

Mental & Emotional Fitness Closely connected to the othercomponents of personal fitness Everyone worries a little A good family life is important to ahealthy mind & body Your contributions are importantto your families well being

Spiritual Fitness Every Scout has a duty to God Active involvement in yourreligion is important for yourspiritual wellbeing Religious principles you learnwill help you to live by the ScoutLaw

Physical Health:Heart Disease Risk Factors SmokingObesityHigh blood pressureHigh cholesterolDiabetesLack of exerciseFamily history of heart diseaseGender (males are at higher risk)

Physical Health:Seven Warning Signs of Cancer Appearance of any unusual lumpAny unusual bleeding or dischargeAny change in a wart or moleChronic indigestion or difficulty in swallowingPersistent cough or hoarsenessA sore that will not heal

Physical Health:Common Immunizations Pertussis (whooping cough)Tetanus (every 10 Hepatitis B

Work on and completeRequirement 1DO THE FOLLOWING:a. Before completing requirements 2 through 9, have your health-care practitioner give you a thoroughexamination using the Scout medical examination form.Describe the examination.Tell what questions the doctor asked about your health.Tell what health or medical recommendations the doctor made andreport what you have done in response to the recommendations.Use theBSA Medical FormExplain the following:Use thePersonal FitnessWorkbook1. Why physical exams are important2. Why preventive habits (such as exercising regularly) are important in maintaining goodhealth, and how the use of tobacco products, alcohol, and other harmful substances cannegatively affect our personal fitness.3. Diseases that can be prevented and how4. The 7 warning signs of cancer:5. The youth risk factors that affect cardiovascular fitness in adulthoodb. Have a dental examination. Get a statement saying that your teeth have been checked and cared for.Tell how to care for your teeth.

Work on and completeRequirement 2DO THE FOLLOWING:Explain to your merit badge counselor verbally or in writing what personal fitness means to you, including:a. Components of personal fitnessb. Reasons for being fit in all componentsc. What it means to be mentally healthyd. What it means to be physically healthy and fite. What it means to be socially healthy. Discuss your activity in the areas of healthy social fitness.f. What you can do to prevent social, emotional, or mental problems?Use thePersonal Fitness Workbook

Physical Health:Six Basic Nutrients ProteinFatCarbohydrates (simple) and (complex)WaterYour body’s energy needs are expressed inVitaminsterms of calories.MineralsOnly protein, fat, and carbohydrates havecalories.The quality of calories are just as importantas the quantity of calories.

Physical Health:Food Groups in Priority Order VegetablesGrainsFruitsDairy productsMeats and legumesFats and sweets

Physical Health:Elements of Weight Control Good nutrition Behavior modification ExerciseWhen used together, these three approaches will help you control the amountof fat in your body.

Use thePersonal FitnessWorkbookWork on and completeRequirement 3DO THE FOLLOWING:With your counselor answer and discuss the following questions:a. Are you free from all curable diseases? Are you living in such a way that your risk of preventable diseases is minimized?b. Are you immunized and vaccinated according to the advice of your health-care provider?c. Do you understand the meaning of a nutritious diet and know why it is important for you? Does your diet includefoods from all food groups?d. Are your body weight and composition what you would like them to be and do you know how to modify it safelythrough exercise, diet, and lifestyle?e. Do you carry out daily activities without noticeable effort? Do you have extra energy for other activities?f. Are you free from habits relating to poor nutrition and the use of alcohol, tobacco, drugs, and other practicesthat could be harmful to your health?g. Do you participate in a regular exercise program or recreational activities?h. Do you sleep well at night and wake up feeling ready to start the new day?i. Are you actively involved in the religious organization of your choice, and do you participate in its youth activities?j. Do you spend quality time with your family and friends in social and recreational activities?k. Do you support family activities and efforts to maintain a good home life?

Physical Fitness:Four Components of Physical Fitness Cardiovascular enduranceThe ability to maintain an activity that involves a large portion of your body’s muscle mass and is continuous and rhythmic Muscular strength and enduranceStrength - The ability of your muscles to contract and exert force against an opposing force.Endurance – The ability of your muscles to contract repeatedly or hold a condition against an opposing force. FlexibilityYour joints range of motion. Body CompositionThe percentage of your body that is fat or muscle.

Work on and completeRequirement 4DO THE FOLLOWING:Explain the following about physical fitness:a. The components of physical fitnessb. Your weakest and strongest component of physical fitnessc. The need to have a balance in all four components of physical fitnessd. How the components of personal fitness relate to the Scout Laws and Scout OathUse thePersonal Fitness Workbook

Work on and completeRequirement 5DO THE FOLLOWING:Explain the following about nutrition:a. The importance of good nutritionb. What good nutrition means to youc. How good nutrition is related to the other components of personal fitnessd. The three components of a sound weight (fat) control programUse thePersonal Fitness Workbook

Physical Fitness:Fitness Program Elements Warm-upAerobic exercisesStrength exercisesFlexibility exercisesCool down

Personal Fitness: Next StepsRequirement 6 Complete the aerobic fitness, flexibility, and muscular strength tests along with the body compositionevaluation as described in the Personal Fitness merit badge pamphlet. Record your results.Requirement 7 Outline a 12-week physical fitness program using the results of your physical fitness tests. Be sure yourprogram incorporates the endurance, intensity, and warm-up guidelines discussed in the Personal Fitnessmerit badge pamphlet. Before beginning your exercises, have the program approved by your counselor andparents.Requirement 8 Keep a log of your fitness program activity (how long you exercised; how far you ran, swam, or biked; how manyexercise repetitions you completed; your exercise heart rate; etc.). Repeat the aerobic fitness, muscular strength,and flexibility tests every two weeks and record your results. After the 12th week, repeat all of the requiredactivities in each of the three test categories, record your results, and show improvement in each one. For thebody composition evaluation, compare and analyze your preprogram and post program body compositionmeasurements. Discuss the meaning and benefit of your experience, and describe your long-term plans regardingyour personal fitness.

Work on and completeRequirement 9DO THE FOLLOWING:Find out about three career opportunities in personal fitness.Pick one and explain how to prepare for such a career.Discuss with your counselor what education and training are required, and explain why this profession might interest you.Use thePersonal Fitness Workbook

Congratulations Scout!You have just earned yourPersonal FitnessMerit Badge

evaluation as described in the Personal Fitness merit badge pamphlet. Record your results. Outline a 12 -week physical fitness program using the results of your physical fitness tests. Be sure your program incorporates the endurance, intensity, and warm- up guidelines discussed in the Personal Fitness merit badge pamphlet.

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Personal Fitness Workbook . Explain to your merit badge counselor verbally or in writing what personal fitness means to you, including: a. Components of personal fitness b. Reasons for being fit in all components c. What it means to be mentally healthy d. What it means to be physically healthy and fit e. What it means to be socially healthy.

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