3%20Motivation

3%20Motivation - Walk/jog HPS1570 DorisJMorris Motivation

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Walk/jog  HPS 1570 Doris J Morris
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Motivation Motivation – The desire to do something. Self-Motivation – The desire to persist at a task  without constant help or praise.  Those who are self-motivated are most successful  in the adherence to an exercise.
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Motivation  Exercisers who are self-motivated -    set attainable short-term goals. keep work-out manageable. choose enjoyable activities. join like-minded support group for.
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Motivation Suggestions for continued motivation: 1. Gain knowledge on the subject 2. Develop a schedule 3. Set goals 4. Don’t overdo it 5. Record progress 6. Use music
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Develop a knowledge base  – Understanding  the benefits of exercise is often enough of a  stimulus for people to act. However, for some,  knowing the benefits is not enough to act. Set realistic goals 
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3%20Motivation - Walk/jog HPS1570 DorisJMorris Motivation

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