WORKOUT OF THE DAY Template!

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The WORKOUT OF THE DAY (WOD) template is designed for users to design their own workout. The template alternates between exercises that increase muscle strength and exercises that increase heart rate. The user determines the number of repetitions for each of the 10 exercises.

Click the picture for access to the template!

I’ve used this for my virtual learners last year as well as in my physical education classes. It’s a nice way for me to asses student learning. Can they decipher between muscle strengthening exercises and exercises that increase heart rate?

Another way I’ve used the template is as a PERSONAL TRAINER CHALLENGE for my PE classes. I present it in the following manner:

You and your partner are personal trainers. Your mission is to design a workout for your clients (another group). The workout must alternate between exercises that increase your heart rate and exercises that increase muscle strength. Fill in the table above with your exercises and the number of repetitions per exercise.

  • Practice your workout 
  • Demonstrate your workout for your clients
  • Observe your clients performing the workout. Help them with form

Finally, the WOD template can be for personal use. It’s a great way to design your own workouts.

For access to the template click WORKOUT OF THE DAY TEMPLATE.
You might also enjoy my 5 TABATA workout templates.

Click 5 TABATA WORKOUTS for access to the templates.


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2 Comments on “WORKOUT OF THE DAY Template!

  1. There is a great “free” app that we put on all of our students IPad called Smartwod. It has built in timers for AMRAP, FOR TIME, EMOM and TABATA. The students can set the timers for their desired WOD and create their own WOD. They love it!!

  2. jcahill – I have been teaching physical education for 23 years. I began my career teaching in Washington, DC before moving to Atlanta, Georgia to teach at Trinity School. I have a passion for keeping kids healthy and moving during each PE lesson, and throughout their lives. I’m a firm believer that recess is a right and NOT a privilege. Please check out and join my Facebook group called Keeping Kids in Motion. I am happily married and have three beautiful children who are constantly KEEPING ME IN MOTION!
    jcahill

    This is great. Checking it out now. Thank you.

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