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Transcript of EO M104.02
Develop A Personal Activity Plan
DEFINITION OF A GOAL - Object of an ambition or effort, an aim
Short & Long Term Goals - Short term goals are smaller goals that works toward the long term goal. For example, if your goal was to run for 3 km without running in six months, your reasonable short term goal would be running a kilometer in two months, or running for 100 m in a week, etc.
Individual & Team Goals - An individual can work towards achieving a goal, or a team can work towards achieving a common goal. Individual goal is an aim or an ambition that one person wants to achieve, and is designed around the individual's abilities and personal expectations. Team goals are aims or ambitions that a group wants to achieve.
Creating an Activity Plan
It is the hardest part of all. Creating an activity plan will help you to maintain your focus & succeed at achieving your goals, such as :
- Make sure you plan activities that you will be doing, that will help you achieve your goals; if your goal is to run 3 km in 6 months, don't do push-ups for the whole 6 months. Do something that involves running.
- Think of some Moderate, and Vigorous Activities; moderate activities are fast walking, skating, biking, etc., and vigorous activities are running, weight training, soccer, etc.
- Do something that fits your life style; You need to participate in activities that you can do at least once a week, that fits your lifestyle. Activities that does not fit your lifestyle will be hard to carry out.
- Simple Activities; choose simple activities that can be done, but carry out the best result at the end.
You've just learned EO M104.02, Developing a Personal Activity Plan, the definition of goals & how to make personal activity plans! You were an amazing class today :D I thank you for that.
Once again, I'm Sgt.Lee. I hope you had an amazing time today :)
By the end of the lesson, you will be expected to develop your own personal activity plan.
Sgt. Lee, Y.
Oct. 22, 2013
How to Develop Goals
Step 1. Set a specific goal you want to achieve.
Step 2. The acronym SMART [Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time.]
Step 3. Start working your way!
Make your own activity plan. Totally optional.
1. What are the difference between the short & long term goals?
2. Explain individual & team goals.
3. What does "SMART" stand for?
4. What are the two types of activities?
5. What things should be considered when creating an activity plan?
1. Short term goals are smaller goals that work towards a long term goal.
2. An individual can work towards achieving a goal, or a team can work towards achieving a common goal.
3. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Timing.
4. Vigorous & Moderate Activities.
5. Consider simple activities that will fit your lifestyle, and that will help achieve the goals that you have set for yourself.