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Exercise adherence factors and strategies

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junaid khaliq

on 12 April 2016

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Transcript of Exercise adherence factors and strategies

Exexercise adherence
Access to Facilities
Learning outcomes
Exercise Adherence factors
Motivation
Adherence factors are the things that keep people committed to a course of action, in this case, exercise. The most important adherence factor is overcoming all the barriers that stop people taking part in sport and exercise. If people can do this within a sport they enjoy, they are more likely to stick with it.
List all the barriers to taking part in a personal fitness training program that you face?
This plays a big part in someones decision on playing sport. If you live in a town with lots of gyms, leisure centers and sports clubs then this is far easier than someone who lives somewhere rural with nothing around them.
A persons level of motivation can have a massive influence on their ability to remain dedicated to a sport.

e.g. joining gyms in January and not going ever again after one month.
Cost
The cost of joining a health club, gym or sports team can be expensive. Some people cannot afford to put aside £35 a month to go to the gym
Time
It is difficult to find time in increasingly busy lives to spend a few hours a week working on fitness.

People have jobs, school, college and family commitments that may come first in their list of priorities
Emotional Barriers
Some people have hang-ups that stop them exercising or mean they really hate certain types of exercise. For example an overweight person could feel silly exercising around people who seem much fitter and thinner than they are

It is also the same when thinking about doing a sport or activity that you are not interested in
Personal Injury
Being injured can make it hard or even impossible to train for a certain length of time. When injured, it is important not to participate in sport until fully recovered and then return to training gradually, starting with light training
Strategies to ensure that you overcome your barriers
Setting SMARTER Targets
This is the most effective way for a performer to stay motivated. SMARTER targets help them improve their performance or fitness enough to meet their short, medium and long term goals.
Knowling benefits of personal fitness training programme
TAKING PART IN ENJOYABLE ACTIVITIES
If you participate in enjoyable activities then you are more likel to continue with training .. going to have activities you don't enjoy but with careful planning you can hide least pleasurable activties among ones you do like .. keeps you committed
Rewards for achieving goals
Emotional Barriers
Some people have hang-ups that stop them exercising or mean they really hate certain types of exercise. For example an overweight person could feel silly exercising around people who seem much fitter and thinner than they are

It is also the same when thinking about doing a sport or activity that you are not interested in
Helps adherence
Benefits:
-Provide a focus for training and encouraging motivation
-Set out what to do in each trainign session.. making it harder to find excuses not to do what should be done
-Set out a clear pathway for achieving personal training goals
It is important you reward yourself when you achieve goals you have set yourself
When elite athletes achieve goals they are rewarded with trophies, medals, money .. people can also reward themselves for doing well .. sticking to a programme and achieving weight loss or strength goals
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