In this subject I have learned a lot of useful and informative facts and information that contributes to my everyday health and welfare. Firstly, I learned about calculating BMI and calorie intake to maintain, lose and gain weight. By doing this I got an idea on what my body health status is like and how I can improve it. BMI stands for Body Mass Index and it is mainly derived from your height to weight ratio. If the BMI is too low, it means you are underweight and must gain weight, and if your BMI is too high it indicates that you are obese and should start eating healthy. Being in 'normal' or average weight is very difficult, since once you come close to that point it is hard for you to increase/decrease further weight as it impact increasingly. Although it is difficult it isn't impossible, so you should keep on trying and only after that you will achieve your ultimate goal of a healthy body status/BMI. Secondly, I learned how to read the Nutrition Facts/Label, usually located at the back or at the sides of the product. The Nutrition Facts in a consumable product is like a clear map/blueprint of what is inside the food/drink you are going to consume. Some important things you should watch out inside the Nutrition Facts are the amount of servings. You will thing that this small-sized chocolate bar has this much calories, but actually if the servings are for two people it would have double the calories. This is why you should keep a keen eye on the number of servings/product. Also you should checkout the important facts such as the fat (saturated, polyunsaturated, monounsaturated, trans), carbohydrates, calories, sugars, salt (Sodium (Chloride)) and the vitamins/minerals (if present). It is critical for your produce to have almost no trans fat since trans fat would be stuck/stored in your blood vessels which may cause strokes in the future! The calories in the Nutrition Facts is important for you to compare and see if it is above your daily intake. Thirdly, I learned to play basketball better, by creating a planner to improve my skills and techniques which were based on two goals, a quantitative one and a qualitative one. My quantitative goal was to defend the ball more than five times, and my qualitative goal was to effectively communicate with my teammates throughout the game. This is my best sample as I got high scores on the task/assignment and I received a positive and constructive comment. I created a Diet Plan to reflect on what I consumed, and I had also created a plan consisting the foods I will eat for three days. The thing I can do better/do differently is to mainly put the calories for me to lose weight as a target (for the plan) rather than my original weight, since the goal that I have stated in the summation showed that I want to lose weight but my plan shows that I want to stay the same while decreasing only a minimum amount of weight. The key concept for this subject is not given, but when I asked one of my PHE teachers, he said it was health. So my prediction of the key concept in relation to this is Identities. I developed in this key concept as I explored my identity (which is majorly my weight, BMI, calorie intake, etc.). I also ended up creating a three-day diet plan which is a great example of the key concept of Identities, and how I can improve/develop it.