Unformatted text preview: make it into a routine. This way they can do something enjoyable and at the same time get the physical activities needed, and of course I would also benefit form it. Justin, I think the task of motivating friend and family is a lot easier, since friends and family tend to be more relaxed and trustworthy towards us, making it easy to convince them of all the benefits that can be achieved from regular physical activity. Also the fact that we are willing to include our self in exercising with them will make them feel more obliged to accept our advices. David, I agree with planning the approach is very in achieving good results, I think it would be easier to convince someone into starting physical activities when making them aware of all the positive outcomes. This would help in motivating them to get started and perhaps get them used to a routine by exercising regularly. They will eventually become more comfortable with their physical activities....
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- Spring '10
- Physical exercise, physical activities, following discussion question