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Exercise Adherence Factors

Barriers to exercise and SMART Targets
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Miss Hatt

on 25 September 2012

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Barriers to adherence COST THE COST TO JOIN A GYM, SPORTS TEAM OR HEALTH CLUB CAN BE EXPENSIVE FOR EXAMPLE, SPORT TEAMS CAN COST UP TO £200 FOR A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION!
UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OR CANNOT AFFORD TO GET FIT. TIME IT IS DIFFICULT TO FIND TIME
PEOPLE OFTEN PUT FITNESS AS A LOWER PRIORITY BEHIND SCHOOL, WORK AND FAMILY RESPONBILITIES IF YOU LIVE IN A TOWN THAT HAS GYMS, SWIMMING POOLS AND LEISURE CENTRES, THEN IT IS FAIRLY EASY TO JOIN.

IF YOU LIVE IN A RURAL AREA CAN FACE UP TO 60MINUTES DRIVE TO GET TO A LOCAL SWIMMING POOL FOR EXAMPLE. ACCESS TO
FACILTIES OUR LEVEL OF PERSONAL MOTIVATION WILL HAVE THE BIGGEST INFLUENCE ON OUR ABILITY TO REMAIN DEDICATED.
SOME PEOPLE FIND IT EASY TO SAVE MONEY, MAKE TIME. BUT OTHER FIND IT HARD TO MOTIVATE THEMSELVES TO EXERCISE. MOTIVATION LIST ALL THE BARRIERS TO TAKING PART IN A PERSONAL FITNESS TRAINING PROGRAMME THAT YOU FACE.

CHOOSE TWO OF THE BARRIERS TO ADHERENCE THAT YOU LISTED ABOVE AND EXPLAIN IN DETAIL HOW YOU COULD OVERCOME THESE PROBLEMs. TASK: LISTING THEM WILL ACHIEVE YOU A PASS.

GIVING EXAMPLES AND EXPLAINING WILL HELP YOU ACHIEVE A MERIT! SMART Targets Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic Time-Bound Targets need to be specific. Aiming to get fitter is not a specific target, you need to break down you broad aim and focus in on one aspect.

E.g. To improve flexibility in the hamstring group. Specific You can prove that your athletes has reached their goals.

E.g. Increased flexibility by 5cm using the sit and reach test. Measureable What might happen if the programme is too easy or too hard? Achievable You can reach targets in the next few weeks (be realistic).

E.g. a 30cm increase in flexibility in 2 weeks is unachievable. The ability to practice and improve flexibility through training .

Don’t make goals unrealistic for your performer to achieve. Realistic Time - Bound You need to set deadlines.
E.g. to reach the target within 6 weeks. Set your own SMART targets to help you achieve the short-term goals you set out.

Explain why each SMART target you set will help you meet your long-term goals.

Evaluate why each SMART target you set will help you meet your long-term goal. Task: Setting SMART targets will achieve you a Pass
Explaining your reasoning will achieve you a Merit
Evaluating your SMART targets will achieve you a Distinction. number of benefits, all which aid adherence:

provides a focus for training, encouraging motivation

sets out what you need to do each training session ... so no excuses!

clear pathway for achieving your goals. Benefits to a personal fitness training programme Watch the clip, who can people gain support from to achieve their goals?

What can support and reinforcement do for someone trying to achieve a certain goal? Support and Reinforcement Tom Aggar reveals the key people behind his Paralympian success UNIT 11 EXERCISE ADHERENCE FACTORS It is important to reward yourself when you achieve your goal.

When elite athletes meet their goals, they are often selected to represent their country or rewarded with medals.

People can reward themselves for doing and sticking to their programme. Rewards WHO IS THE MOST MOTIVATED? CHALLENGE: DESCRIBE THE DIFFERENT EXERCISE ADHERENCE FACTORS (P)
DESCRIBE EXERCISE ADHERENCE STRATEGIES (P)


EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENT EXERCISE ADHERENCE FACTORS (M)
EXLAIN THE EXERCISE ADHERENCE STRATEGIES (M) MAKE SURE YOU HAVE: NEXT LESSON YOU WILL TYPE UP YOUR NOTES ON THE COMPUTER TO ADD TO YOUR TRAINING PROGRAMME. WALT: Students to understand the barriers to exercise and how to make SMART targets. WILF: •Identify the SMART Targets for your personal programme and barriers to participation (P)
•Explain how to overcome the barriers and why each SMART target will help you meet your goal. (M)
•Relate to your Personal Exercise Training Programme. (M)
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