Physical and Health Management
Physical and Health Management Value added Courses Code : CCPH01

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Course Name Physical and Health Management
Course Subject Physical and Health Management
Course Code CCPH01
Course Coordinator Dr. Bintu T Kalyan
Course Category Value added Courses

About Course

Physical and Health management education is vital for students as it builds their knowledge and attitudes about health & fitness. It does not only concentrate on being healthy. It also focuses on emotional, mental and social health too. Educating students on the importance of health builds their motivation. As a result, they strive to maintain good health, prevent diseases and avoid risky behavior. Instilling the importance of good health in educational institution, helps students to make healthy life choices when they grow older and continue doing so throughout their lives. It helps them understand the dangers of using unhealthy things and helps them to prevent various hypokinetic diseases such as, obesity, diabetes, cardiac diseases, coronary problems and cancers. Physical fitness is a state of health and well-being and more specifically, the ability to perform aspects of sports, occupations and daily activities without fatigue or tire. Physical fitness is generally achieved through proper nutrition, moderate-vigorous physical exercise and sufficient rest. It also help them to achieve neuromuscular coordination, bone mineral density, lean body mass… Health & fitness education builds students' knowledge, skills and positive attitudes about health. Health education teaches about physical, mental, emotional and social health. It motivates students to improve and maintain their health, keep the students physically fit, mentally strong and emotionally balanced. Health and lifestyle management education is important to teach individuals awareness about living a healthy lifestyle and manage their own life. Health education teaches people of all ages about how diet and exercise contribute to a healthy lifestyle. It also encourages positive changes in behavior and lowers the risk of addiction to drugs, alcohol and unsafe sexual practices. Regular and moderate physical activities can make the individuals intelligent and increase their understanding capacities. A healthy person can enjoy life fully. He can carry out his duties in a responsible manner. He is an asset to the family, the society and to the entire nation. He is always full of energy. He lives a long and happy life. A healthy peasant is happier than a monarch without health. Health education encourages a person to make healthy choices. They are instructed to avoid unhealthy habits. ‘A sound mind lives in a sound body’. Health education also teaches about the emotional and mental health of the student. A healthy person is the happiest person in the world.


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 Outcome or Benefits

1.     Health promotion and awareness

2.     Occupational benefits- Individuals may got opportunities in Health Clubs, Community Health Programme, Personal Training Industry.

3.     Opportunities for further studies 

Course Syllabus

Lecture Notes

Foundation Course Health and Fitness

Module 1 Physical Activity and Health Management

Module 2 Physical Activity and Exercise

Module 3 Benefits of Physical Activity and Exercise

Lecture Videos

Module 1

Physical activity and Health Manangement

Module 2

Module 2

Module 3

Module 3

Chapter 4 | Warm up & Cool down | Dr. Bintu T Kalyan

Chapter 4 | Warm up & Cool down | Dr. Bintu T Kalyan

Practice Quiz

a) Good posture

b) Strengthen body

c) Live comfortably

d) Complete state of wellbeing

a) Short term activity

b) Long term activity

c) Stretching

d) Pranayama

a) Nutrition

b) Hard work

c) Positive thinking

d) None of the above

a) Fruits

b) Meat

c) Rice

d) Beans

a) Early wake up

b) Enjoyment

c) Reading

d) Writing

a) Express emotions

b) Suppress feelings

c) Social bonding

d) All of the above

a) Sports movements

b) Voluntary movements

c) Involuntary movements

d) Exercise movements

a) Hypertension

b) Diabetics

c) Stroke

d) All the above

a) Jumping

b) Climbing

c) Swimming

d) Sprinting

a) Age

b) Fitness level

c) Injury

d) Height

a) Nitrogen

b) Oxygen

c) Air

d) Water

a) Speed

b) Flexibility

c) Endurance

d) Strength

a) Flexibility

b) Strength

c) Muscle mass

d) Agility

a) Glycogen store

b) Protein store

c) Fat store

d) d. None of the above

a) Muscle

b) Bone

c) Fat

d) Body fluids