Kinesiology - Chapter 8 - STD's and HIV (1)

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Unformatted text preview: Creating a Wellness Lifestyle KINE 220205 Behavior Modification Chapter 1 Pamela G. Landin, MS, ATC Behavior Modification The process of examining one's motivation and the actions required to make permanent changes in behavior Students Know they should be exercising Motivating factors: Excuses offered after a period of time Improved physical appearance Health benefits Fulfilling a college requirement Cycle (pg. 12 figure 1.11) Too busy No one to exercise with Already have a good grade in the class they may be taking Job conflicts Changing Behavior First, recognize there is a problem Five categories of behaviors within change: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Stopping negative behavior Preventing a relapse of negative behavior Developing a positive behavior Strengthening positive behavior Maintaining a positive behavior Changing Behavior Two Models of Change 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Two Stage (you do or you don't) Five Stage (with newly added sixth stage) Precontemplation Contemplation Preparation Action Maintenance Termination/Adoption Precontemplation Stage Stage where a person is not considering or do not want to change a behavior Denial Unawareness of behavior, despite outside recognition Does not care Unhealthy behavior is out of their control/their "fate" Contemplation Stage Understand and acknowledge they have a problem Begin to consider overcoming the behavior Weighing pros/cons Not ready for change Preparation Stage Thinking and planning to make a change within the next month to the behavior Taking initial steps with short trial periods Identify a universal goal to overcoming the behavior Write specific objectives (SMART goals) Action Stage Most commitment of time and energy Actively doing things to change the behavior Must follow specific guidelines/rules Relapse Regression back to previous stage After 6 months, move to Maintenance stage Maintenance Stage Staying with behavior change for up to five years Persistent adherence to guidelines Strives to prevent relapses Termination/Adoption Stage Enter this stage after continuing new good behavior for more than 5 years "Termination" is for a bad behavior that is stopped "Adoption" is for good behavior that was adopted into lifestyle Change is now a part of the person's lifestyle Ultimate goal for those seeking lifestyle change Motivation and Locus of Control Motivation Locus of Control Internal Problems with competence Problems with confidence Problems with motivation External Behavior Modification Principles SelfAnalysis Behavior Analysis Goal Setting Social Suport Monitoring A Positive Outlook Reinforcement Goal SMART Goals Specific Measurable Acceptable Realistic TimeSpecific Goal Evaluation Objectives ...
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