GCD. Fit for Life. Grade 11. Long-Distance Walking

Because of the assignments and tasks that I get from the school program, I tend to stay at my house for the entire day to finish my work. However, this gets me stressed very easily. Therefore, I want to go for a long distance walk every Sunday, to force me go out. I want to be able to get used to walking at least 8 km. I want to release my stress and get refreshed. Also, this action allows me to get prepared for hiking, which me and my family will go on the start of the winter. To be able to climb the mountain easily, I want to train myself to be fit. This is why my long distance walking project is until the winter break.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth
  2. Show commitment to and perseverance in CAS experiences

Identify own strengths and develop areas for growth: I identified that my strength was to my capability of dealing with my own resilience. This was the first month for me to start the long-distance walking. Since I wasn’t used to walking for long distance, it was very tough for me. However, as I was going over my limit for the first few times, soon, I got used to it. I learned that I was strong enough to deal with my resilience and learned that I can grow more further and can further challenge myself.

Show commitment to and perseverance in CAS experiences: I have been walking once a week, usually on the weekends when I have no school. I have been showing commitment and perseverance by strictly following the rules which I have decided to do. I would like to continue on further.

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