Class 11 Physical Education Chapter 3 Physical Fitness, Wellness, and Lifestyle in Hindi Medium and English Medium notes, study material, CBSE books and solutions for academic session 2023-24. All the contents are updated as per CBSE Syllabus 2023-24 term wise syllabus and divided according to first term and second.
In class 11 Physical Education chapter 3, we will study about Meaning and importance of Physical Fitness, Wellness and Lifestyle, Components of Physical Fitness and Wellness and Components of Health-related Fitness.
Class 11 Physical Education Chapter 3 Question Answers
Definitions of Life Style
The particular way that a person or group lives and the values and ideas supported by that person or group.
Lifestyle is a way used by people, groups and nations and is formed in specific geographical, economic, political, cultural and religious text. Dariush d. Farhud (2015).
In this stage an individual does not want to change in the near future because she/he is unaware that her/his behaviour is problematic or produces negative consequences. Other people in her/his life –friends or family identify the his/her problem.
An individual in this stage recognizes the problem and seriously wants to change her/his behaviour, but they are not ready to change themselves right now. They gather information about the problem and work on it, finding out the positives and negatives in that. It is also possible that they remain at the same stage for years.
In this stage the individual seriously wants to change the behaviour within the time limit of one month.
Concept of Wellness
The WHO defines health as “a state of physical, mental, and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease.” While the term Health focuses on an individual’s illness status and her/his relationship to that status, wellness transcends the absence of disease. It is much more than merely physical health, Exercise or nutrition. In fact, wellness is the full integration of states of physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Wellness is about living a life full of personal responsibility and, therefore, taking proactive steps for one’s entire well-being.
The Components of Wellness
Most people think that physical fitness alone is sufficient to lower the risk of health related diseases but it is not true. e.g., consider an individual who regularly does vigorous physical training in which she/he does aerobic exercises thrice a week, does weight training, and stretching and maintains a good ratio of fat percentage of the body.
Physical wellness is an individual’s ability to meet the daily demand of his/ her work and maintain his/her health.
Emotional wellness inspires self-care, relaxation, stress reduction and the development of inner strength. It is important in today’s life that an individual should be able to cope with stress, adjust to one’s environment, enjoy her/his life. Trust, self-esteem, self-confidence, optimism are key words for emotional well-being.
individual’s ability to learn, evaluate, accept new ideas, develop creative thinking, have a good sense of humour, and promote a lifelong learning process.