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asked to evaluate this same goal when you complete the last assignment (M12). Your goal needs to be SPECIFIC, REALISTIC, and MEASURABLE. A measurable goal usually has numbers and/or a time frame in it (i.e. “I don't exercise very much because I don't like working out in a gym. However, I've just learned about the Outdoor Recreation Program (ORP) on campus and I plan to get involved in their events and activities. By the end of the semester, I want to work up to an HOUR A DAY of moderate physical activity at least FOUR (4) DAYS a week” ). (2 points) Answer: I want to vary work outs more throw in some swimming and hiking over the summer to change it up. This way I am more apt to go to the gym if I add in some out door activities. I also want to do more cross fit so I may learn more about over all body strength instead of concentrated workouts. 15. APPLICATION QUESTION - Select and complete an Application Activity from the list of options. List the NUMBER and DESCRIPTION (in bold lettering on the list). Report on what you did and what you learned. Your answer should be at least 4 lines long and demonstrate that you took this assignment seriously. (5 points) Application Activity #__3__ chicken broccoli casserole Answer: I made this because it seamed very healthy and I love to try new things. It was really good I would cut back a little on the broccoli it just seamed like a lot. I also thought that the curry powder might make it to spicy for some but did not just gave it a good flavor. This is a quick meal to put
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together and chances are unless you have 4 people you will have left overs that can be a great snack.
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  • Spring '12
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  • Nutrition, physical activity, 3-Day Food Record

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