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Title: Lesson 1.1: Fitness for Life


1
Chapter 5 Learning Self-Management Skills
Lesson 5.2 Goal SettingTaking Charge
Setting Goals
2
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Lesson Objectives
  • Explain how goal setting can help you plan your
    fitness program.
  • Identify some guidelines you should follow when
    setting goals.

3
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Question
  • How do successful people use goal setting to
    achieve something they deem important?

4
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Answer
  • Successful people use goal setting in the
    following ways
  • They set goals that are personally important to
    them.
  • They set realistic but challenging goals.
  • They monitor their progress.
  • They adjust their behaviors.

5
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Question
  • What are the important things to remember about
    setting long-term physical activity goals?

6
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Answer
  • Important things to remember about goal setting
  • Long-term activity goals can result in
    improvements in physical fitness.
  • Long-term goals are often difficult to achieve.

7
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Answer (continued)
  • Long-term goals are normally written to be
    achieved over a period of several months or
    years.
  • Achievement of long-term goals will result in
    numerous personal benefits.

8
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Question
  • Why do experts recommend writing your long-term
    fitness goals?

9
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Answer
  • Experts recommend writing out long-term fitness
    goals because
  • putting your goals in writing represents a
    personal commitment.
  • written goals increase the chances that you will
    meet your goals.

10
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Question
  • Often, a pad and paper are all some people need
    to list their long-term goals. What electronic
    devices are also available to help you with goal
    setting?

11
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Answer
  • Devices to record your long-term goals include
  • personal computers and
  • personal digital assistants (e.g., Palm Pilot).

12
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Question
  • What are the features of short-term goals?

13
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Answer
  • Short-term goals can be reached in a short period
    of time.
  • These goals can be achieved in a few days or a
    few weeks.
  • Short-term goals can help you accomplish a
    long-term goal.

14
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Question
  • What is an example of a short-term physical
    activity goal?

15
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Answer
  • A short-term goal of lifting weights several days
    a week, for many weeks.
  • This will result in a long-term goal of improving
    muscular strength or endurance.

16
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Question
  • What might be a problem about listing improving
    your fitness as a short-term goal?

17
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Answer
  • Problems with listing improving your fitness as
    a short-term goal
  • Improvements in physical fitness can take a good
    deal of time to achieve.
  • Fitness improvements require continued adherence
    to a regular program.

18
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Question
  • What are some guidelines in setting goals?

19
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Answer
  • Goal-setting guidelines
  • Be realistic.
  • Be specific.
  • PersonalizeWhat is a realistic goal for one
    person can be unrealistic for another.
  • Put your goals in writing.

20
Lesson 5.2 Goal Setting
  • Answer (continued)
  • Know your reasons for setting your goals.
  • Consider goals for all parts of fitness.
  • Self-assess periodically and keep logs.
  • Set new goals periodically.
  • Revise if necessary.
  • Reward yourself.
  • Consider maintenance goals.

21
Taking Charge Setting Goals
  • Read about Kevin and Mr. Booker in the Taking
    Charge section of chapter 5 (page 85).
  • Was the goal Kevin set a realistic one?
  • What kinds of advice do you think Mr. Booker gave
    Kevin about goal setting?
  • What kind of goal did Kevin set?

22
Taking Charge Setting Goals
  • What other kinds of goals do you think Kevin
    should set for himself?
  • What else could Kevin do to make sure that he
    sets realistic goals for himself?
  • You can use the goal-setting worksheet to plan
    some realistic goals for yourself.

23
Taking Charge Setting Goals
  • Review question How can you use long-term and
    short-term goals to plan your fitness program?
  • Review question List some guidelines you should
    follow when setting goals. Be sure they are
    appropriate for your level.
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