What antecedents can you use to trigger physical activity andor meet your goals

What antecedents can you use to trigger physical

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1.What antecedents can you use to trigger physical activity and/or meet your goals?2.What antecedents prompt you to be inactive?3.What strategies can you use to overcome those antecedents?4.List at least 3 rewards you can “earn” through engaging in an active lifestyle and/or meeting your physical activity goals?1.2.3.5.List at least 3 punishers you experience as a product of engaging in physical activity?1.2.3.6.How might you decrease the intensity of these punishers?Knocking Down Roadblocks:No matter how good our intentions, most of us experience roadblocks on our journey to an active lifestyle and/or roadblocks to maintain it once achieved. When we examine these potential roadblocks and how to overcome them, they are less likely to totally derail us (page 112).Read module 21 prior to completing this portion.1.Complete the questionnaire on pages 114-115. Score your questionnaire using the instructions on page 115.List your scores for each of the seven categories:Lack of time: ________________Social influence: ___________Lack of energy: ___________Lack of willpower: _________Fear of injury: _____________Lack of skill: ______________Lack of resources: _________2.Which of the categories did you score a 5 or above? 3.For each of the categories listed in #3, list ways you might personally be able to overcome these barriers (see pages 116-117 for guidance). These should be your own original thoughts, only use the textbook as a guide. Answers copied from the textbook cannot be accepted.Lifetime Activity Plan:Throughout the course of your life, there are going to be times when it is challenging to maintain your activity plan. Temporary lapses in activity are normal. We do want to consider ways to prevent these lapses in activity but it’s even more important to consider how we can avoid relapse….completing giving up on our active lifestyle for longer periods of time (page 128).
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