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Procedure Complete the stress evaluation below. Add up all of the points for each stressor listed. It is possible that you have had similar...

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1.Considering the dimensions of wellness indicators (table 5.1), where do you fall on the continuum now compared to in the past?

2. Stress is part of life. How can you make stress more positive? What methods do you use to manage stress? 

3. Discuss whether or not physical activity can treat depression, anxiety, stress and mental health in general, as an alternative to the use of drugs to do so. Reference the text as well as personal experience (if you are able) to support or dispute your conclusions

4. How are time and intensity inversely related in an aerobic exercise program? Where do you see yourself finding the most enjoyment in your exercise program (longer time but lower intensity or shorter time but higher intensity)? Explain why is the enjoyment aspect in the FITTE approach so important?

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1) Consider the dimensions of wellness indicators(table 5.1) , where do you fall on continium now compared to in the past?

Physical - Present Fit

Emotional - Present Content

Social - Present Connected

Intellual - Present  Aware

Spiritual - Present Secure

2) Stress is part of life. How can you make stress more positive. You can make stress positive by using it as motivation to achieve whatever your working on. What methods do you use to manage stress.

I will plan my schedule, I use deep-breathing exercise, I  will stay active, continue to try eating right , and communicate my feelings instead of letting them build up.

3) Discuss whether or not Physical activity can treat depression, anxiety,stress, and mental health in general, as an alternative to the use of drugs to do so.

Physical activity can assist with depression, anxiety,stress, and mental health. Drugs that are design for medicinal use and precription drugs can create extra problems. Physical activity will assist in helping you deal with the other situations that keep you from not feeling good, physical activity assist in clearing your mind and , assist in keeping your body balance.

4) How are time and intensity inversely related in an aerobic exercise program?

Because intrinsic motivation in your aerobic exercise program, it gives you enjoyment, fulfillment, and  mastery.

5) Where do you see yourself finding the most enjoyment in your exercise program?

I find myself at a longer time , but lower intensity.

6) Explain why is the enjoyment aspect in the FITTE approach so important?

The FITTE approach is important because it's a freeway analogy.

Frequency refers to the number of days per week in which you set aside time to exercise. 

Intensity reflects how hard you are working when execising.

Time refers to the duration you are active on a daily  or weekly basis. And types or exercise mode.

Enjoyment for what your doing.With this approach you have created a good sound approach to a good fitness approach.

The purpose of this lab is to help you understand the concept of stress and how it is related to health issues. Procedure Complete the stress evaluation below. Add up all of the points for each stressor listed. It is possible that you have had similar stressors but they have different names than those on this list. A break-up with a long-term girl- or boyfriend. You should score such events using points from a similar event (such as separation = 65 points) Failing or doing poorly in a class = 45 points. A major financial stress at school = 31 points. You can estimate scores for major stressors over the past year by using points for similar stressors. Score all the events that have occurred in the past two years. Note: Your stress score and comments are confidential. This list from Roth and Holmes (1985) contains certain life events, both positive and negative, have been identified as stressful. A score of over 300 points in the past year has been associated with a serious illness within 2 years. Death of spouse or loved one. ......................... 100 points Divorce. ................................................................ 73 Separation/break-up. .......................................... 65 Jail term. .............................................................. 63 Death of family member. .................................... 63 Personal injury or illness. .................................. 53 Marriage. .............................................................. 50 Fired from job. ..................................................... 47 Retirement. .......................................................... 45 Marital reconciliation. ......................................... 45 Failing or doing poorly in a class. ..................... 45 Pregnancy. ........................................................... 40 Death of friend. .................................................... 37
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Mortgage. ............................................................. 31 A major financial stress at school. .................... 31 Personal achievement. ....................................... 28 Spouse starts or stops work. ............................. 26 Trouble with boss. ............................................... 23 Change of residence. .......................................... 20 Vacation. ............................................................... 13 Failing or doing poorly in a class. ..................... 45 1. What was your score? __________ 2. Do you have symptoms of stress? If so, what symptoms? If not, explain how you can maintain your current state. 3. Do you feel that stress is aFecting your health? Explain why or why not. 4. What steps do you think you can take to prevent stress in the future? If you don’t believe you need to, how do you plan to maintain your current stress-free state? 5. What steps could the university take to help students overcome and/or prevent stress? Part 2 Identifying Positive Addictions The purpose of this lab is to help you understand the concept of positive addictions and their importance for physical activity and health. Procedure Evaluate different positive addictions (see list of criteria in the first column of the chart below) that you can identify for yourself. Write your activity in the top of the column and then check all of the criteria that you believe your activity meets. After completing the chart, answer the questions below.
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