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G oals are dreams with Deadlines

G oals are dreams with Deadlines. Learning Goal: Today I will identify the term wellness. I will demonstrate the steps I need to create my personal wellness goal. Success Criteria I will set two goals And submit a picture. What is a Goal?.

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G oals are dreams with Deadlines

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  1. Goals are dreams with Deadlines Learning Goal: Today I will identify the term wellness. I will demonstrate the steps I need to create my personal wellness goal. Success Criteria I will set two goals And submit a picture

  2. What is a Goal? • A goal is a desired result a personplans and commits to achieve.

  3. Wellness Goals in our society • What is goal that a firefighter, police officer and doctor strives for in their job? • What is the common theme among the goals of these people and their occupations? • A: to help save a persons life through rescue, protection and health care…therefore, maintaining or enhancing societies overall well being.

  4. . • You will be creating a personal wellness goals that you will strive to accomplish by the end of the term • You will understand the term wellness and how to create your own wellness goals… • You can keep track of your wellness goal by making observations about your lifestyle and changes you have made.

  5. What is Wellness? • Wellness, is a state of health which is closely associated with your lifestyle. Healthy Active Living • Wellness is a positive approach to living that emphasizes the whole person; body, mind and spirit and the appreciation that everything you do, think, feel, and believe has an impact on your state of health. • the wellness approach encourages you to take personalresponsibility for your well-being. • A wellness-oriented lifestyle encourages you to adopt habits and behaviors that promote better health and an improved quality of life.

  6. Healthy Living / Wellness 1. Brainstorm what factors you think make up a healthy lifestyle or promotes someone's well being (wellness) 2. What factors contribute to the wellness in YOUR life. Factors can be social, emotional, physical, spiritual, intellectual etc.

  7. 23 and half hours a day • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUaInS6HIGo

  8. Physical Fitness Goals • You will choose two fitness goals using your fitness test aiming to improve your results! • How will your fitness goals help you achieve your wellness goal? • (Exercise is the main prescription that should be used by physicians)

  9. Follow the SMART FORMAT to create your wellness goal.1. SPECIFIC • Your objective must be clear, not just “I want to get in shape”. A specific goal would sound more like this; “I want to be able to perform 30 pushups by the end of the month”

  10. 2. Meaningful and measureable How will you know that you achieved your goal? • Decide on goals that are important to you, and make it easy to measure them. • Ex. I want to be able to run for 20 minutes straight without loosing my breath.

  11. 3. Action-Oriented – What steps do I need to take? • You goal will be attained only if you make it clear what you need to do in order to achieve that goal. • Ex. I want to lose 10 pounds in the next 3 months by cutting my junk food consumption in half, and eating a good breakfast every morning.

  12. 4. Time – How long will it take you to reach this goal? • All goals must have a time line to determine when you want to accomplish the goal. Usually it is a number of days, months, years or by a specific date. • Ex. I want to be able to perform 40 push ups by the end of the semester.

  13. 5. Realistic – How likely are you to reach your goal? • Do not try to accomplish something that is impossible. Doing 300 sit-ups in 1 minute might not be possible if you can only do 20 right now. • A more realistic goal might be to perform 40 sit-ups in 1 minute by the end of the semester.

  14. Work time 1. Think about an area in your life that will contribute to your overall well being ie. better sleep, eating habits etc 2. Write down a goal that will help you achieve that desire. Show your teacher today. 3. Using a white board or blank piece of paper, re- write your wellness goal and hold it in one hand. Hold a blank white board in the other hand so that you can re evaluate and write a new goal throughout the semester if needed. 4. Using your phone or camera have a friend take a picture of yourself holding the two white boards. 5. Copy picture from phone or camera to computer and print it off. This will be glued onto the front of your folder. Due Thursday October 10.

  15. Most inspirational video • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ja9BFx5Mhqo

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