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Performance SkillsLifestyle ExampleLearn the skills necessary for performingspecific tasks, such as sports or relaxation.These skills can help you feel confident andenjoy activities.A person avoids physical activity because heor she does not have the physical skills equalto those of peers. Learning sports or othermotor skills allows this person to choose tobe active.Coping SkillsLifestyle ExampleDevelop a new way of thinking about things.A person is stressed and frequently anxious.
West Visayas State University 20222022 PE 111 (MOVEMENT ENHANCEMENT) - Dr. Belenda P. NufableUsing this skill, you can see situations inmore than one way and learn to think morepositively.Learning stress management skills, such asrelaxation, can help a person cope. Like allskills, stress-management skills must bepracticed to be effective.Consumer SkillsLifestyle ExampleGain knowledge about products and services.You may also need to rethink untrue beliefsthat lead to poor consumer decisionsA person avoids seeking medical help whensick. Instead, the person takes an unprovenremedy. Learning consumer skills providesknowledge for making sound medicaldecisions.Time-Management SkillsLifestyle ExampleKeep records similar to self-monitoring,focusing on total time use rather thanspecific behaviors. Skillful monitoring of timecan help you plan and adhere to healthylifestyles.A person wants more quality time withfamily and friends. Monitoring time can helphim or her reallocate time to spend it inways that are more consistent with personalpriorities.A variety of skills help you follow through with decisions to make changes inbehaviors. Above are the lists of eight self-management skills that contribute tobehavior change provide opportunities to learn and apply these self-managementskills to your lifestyle. It will helps explain the importance of each skill and how eachone can contribute to behavior change.One of the most important reinforcing factors is success. If you change abehavior and experience success, this makes you want to keep doing the behavior.If attempts to change a behavior result in failure, you may conclude that thebehavior does not work and give up on it. Planning for success is essential foradhering to healthy lifestyle changes.Social support from family, peers, and health professionals can also bereinforcing. There are, however, different kinds of support and some are morehelpful than others. Support for well-informed personal choices is referred to assupport of autonomy. One example is encouragement from family, friends, or adoctor for starting and sticking to a nutritious diet. The supporting person might ask,“How can I help you meet your goals?” This type of support helps you take controlof your own behavior and is not viewed as controlling.

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Term
Fall
Professor
Maam nanette tirador
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Legs, West Visayas State University, Dr Belenda P Nufable

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