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  • The final graphic design merged the Pyramid shape, a new pattern of vertical stripes for the food groups, stairs to symbolize physical activity, and a person. Inclusion of a person not only emphasized the physical activity message, but helped to personalize the graphic for consumers. The overall design promotes the concept of finding a balance between food intake and physical activity. The design is intentionally simple, but still can be used by professionals to demonstrate six essential concepts: activity, proportionality, moderation, variety, personalization, and gradual improvement. [NOTE: more information about each concept is found on the “Anatomy of MyPyramid” sheet found at www.MyPyramid.gov/downloads/MyPyramid_Anatomy.pdf ] Four of these concepts—variety, proportionality, moderation, and activity—come directly from recommendations in the Dietary Guidelines and can help to remind consumers of these important concepts. The next few slides show these recommendations from the Dietary Guidelines and how they are translated in the MyPyramid graphic.
  • Endurance Three Minutes Ten point deduction for each restart Incomplete session receives final jump time Speed One Minute No penalty for restart Continuous clock
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    • 1. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview
    • 2. This exercise is designed as an ice breaker to give participants a chance to meet as many colleagues as possible in a three minute time frame. Search for Healthy Habits
    • 3. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview The goal of this session is to support your ability to implement Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Triple Play program by orienting you to its philosophy, practices and tools.
    • 4.  
    • 5. Boys & Girls Clubs of America envisions our Movement as a catalyst for change, empowering our youth to make healthful choices – for life. By charging members to “Live Healthy” through regular physical fitness , eating well and practicing sound decision-making skills, our youth will be well on their way to becoming successful adults. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Our Vision
    • 6.
      • is physically active for 60 minutes on most days
      • demonstrates a commitment to practicing healthy habits
      • makes smart food choices
      • abstains from substance abuse and other risky behaviors
      Where every member: Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Our Vision
    • 7. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Our Partner
    • 8. Program Components Mind – developing a knowledge base to acquire healthy habits Body – becoming more physically active through daily fitness and fun Soul – strengthening character and reinforcing positive behavior with social recreation activities Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview
    • 9.
      • Members increased their physical activity while the control group youth decreased
      • Girls increased their physical activity while girls in the control group decreased their activity
      • Triple Play youth improved their eating habits and increased overall nutrition knowledge
      • Triple Play improves youth’s interactions with peers and increased member’s feelings of control over their lives, particularly girls
      Youth Development Strategies Study Results Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview
    • 10.
      • 6 to 8-year-olds
      • 9 to 12-year-olds
      • 13 to 15-year-olds
      • 16 to 18-year-olds
      Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview BGCA Age Groups
    • 11. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview This exercise is designed to This exercise is designed to provide you an opportunity to explore what’s going on at these different ages in relations to Triple Play. Age Group Assessment
    • 12. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview This exercise is designed to bring awareness of health and wellness issues and challenges in your community and Club. Environmental Scan
    • 13. Upon completion of this session you will be able to you will be able to identify Triple Play’s components and develop a plan to implement them in your organization and community. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview
    • 14. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview
      • Triple Play “ MIND ”
      • Triple Play “ BODY ”
      • Triple Play “ SOUL ”
      • Encouraging Community Collaboration
      This session will cover the following lessons:
    • 15. Triple Play is a philosophy that takes a holistic approach to educating Club members, staff, parents and the community on how eating right—“ Mind ”, keeping fit—“ Body ” and forming positive relationships—“ Soul ” add up to a healthy lifestyle for Club members. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Introduction Summary Triple Play Program Philosophy
    • 16.
      • recognize key messaging related to the “Mind” component and its activities
      • identify strategies for implementing the “Mind” component activities in your organization
      Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview After completing this lesson you will be able to: Triple Play: Mind
    • 17. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “MIND” The “ Mind ” component of Triple Play contains background information, step-by-step lesson plans and handouts you will need for teaching the 10 Healthy Habits Lessons.
    • 18.
      • Lesson 1: My Pyramid is Your Pyramid
      • Lesson 2: Stamp out Portion Distortion!
      • Lesson 3: Eating for Energy Part 1: Power Your Body and Brain with Breakfast
      • Lesson 4: Eating for Energy Part 2: Snacking, Fluids and Fad Diets
      • Lesson 5: Pick Up on Produce: Fruits and Veggies
      Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “MIND” Healthy Habits Lessons
    • 19.
      • Lesson 6: Now We’re Cooking!
      • Lesson 7: Building Healthy Bones – And Teeth, too
      • Lesson 8: Your Body – All Systems go!
      • Lesson 9: Focus on the Food Environment
      • Lesson 10: Eating Away From Home
      Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “MIND” Healthy Habits Lessons, continued
    • 20.
      • Suggested Snack Sheet
      • Energizing Exercises List
      • My Pyramid Poster
      • Fight BAC! Keep Food Safe from Bacteria Poster
      • Step-by-step Instructions
      • Key Teaching Points
      Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “MIND” Tools and Additional Activities
    • 21. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “MIND” Tools and Additional Activities
      • Learning Activities
      • Reproducible Handouts and Worksheets
      • Take-Home Challenges
      • Take-Home Challenge Checklist
      • Background Reading
      • Additional Resources
    • 22. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “MIND”
    • 23. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: Mind
    • 24. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview After completing this lesson you will be able to:
      • Recognize key messaging related to the “Body” component and its activities
      • Identify strategies for implementing the “Body” component activities in your organization
      Triple Play: Body
    • 25. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “BODY”
    • 26. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “BODY”
    • 27.
      • Daily Challenges
      • Sports Clubs
      • Triple Play Games
      TRIPLE PLAY: “ Body ” Component Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “BODY”
    • 28.
      • Jump Rope Challenge
      • Basketball Skills Challenge
      • Walk-Run Challenge
      • Invent-a-Game Challenge
      • Get Fit Challenge
      • Homerun Challenge
      Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “BODY” TRIPLE PLAY: Daily Challenges
    • 29. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview This exercise is designed to familiarize you with one of the Triple Play Daily Challenges activities you can use in your Club to get kids up and moving, Jump Rope Challenge. Jump Rope “Speed” Challenge
    • 30. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “BODY” TRIPLE PLAY: Daily Challenges
      • Jump Rope Challenge
      • Basketball Skills Challenge
      • Walk-Run Challenge
      • Invent-a-Game Challenge
      • Get Fit Challenge
      • Homerun Challenge
    • 31.
      • Provide year-round leadership development for Club members, 13-18 years old
      • Focus on community service/volunteerism in the Club’s sports, recreation and/or health and wellness programs
      • Provide opportunities to become informed on the overall health of Club and their community
      TRIPLE PLAY: Sports Clubs Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “BODY”
    • 32. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview This exercise is designed to provide participants an opportunity to put a Sports Club Community One Year Service Calendar in place at their Club. Developing Sports Club Community Service Calendar
    • 33. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: Body
    • 34. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview After completing this lesson you will be able to:
      • recognize key messaging related to the “Soul” component and its activities
      • identify strategies for implementing the “Soul” component activities in your organization
      Triple Play: Soul
    • 35.
      • P eople
      • P lace
      • P rogram
      • P lanning
      Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “SOUL” The Four “P’s ” of a Triple Play Program
    • 36. Triple Play: “SOUL” Triple Play: Place
    • 37.
      • Has a set of objectives
      • Designed for a specific audience
      • Conducted for specific periods of time and involve specific methodologies
      • Followed by an evaluation
      Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “SOUL” Triple Play: Program
    • 38. Triple Play: People, Place, Program, & Plan Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “SOUL”
    • 39. Triple Play: People, Place, Program, & Plan Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “SOUL”
    • 40. Triple Play: People, Place, Program, & Plan Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “SOUL”
    • 41.
      • Drop-in Activities
      • Low Organized Games
      • On the Spot Fun
      • Structured Activities & Programs
      • Special Events
      General Areas of a Social Recreation Program Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “SOUL”
    • 42. Drop-in Activities Unstructured and informal and are readily available to members when they enter the Club. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “SOUL”
    • 43. Low-Organized Games Activities that can be completed in a short period of time with minimal equipment and supervision and easy rules and set-up. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “SOUL”
    • 44. On-the-Spot Fun Activities that can be done spontaneously. They require few or no rules. There is little or no preparation needed. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “SOUL”
    • 45. Structured Activities Organized and generally for a small group of members. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “SOUL”
    • 46. Special Events Differ from other social recreation activities because they are highly visible, involve lots of people and are usually not repeated for a long time. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: “SOUL”
    • 47. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: Soul
    • 48. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview After completing this lesson you will be able to:
      • identify Club and staffing needs for implementing the Triple Play philosophy
      • identify community activities to support community collaboration
      Encouraging Community Collaboration
    • 49.
      • Community Fitness Fair
      • Walk/Jog-A-Thon
      • Family Fitness Days
      • Triple Play at the Mall
      Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Encouraging Community Collaboration Examples of Special Events
    • 50. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Encouraging Community Collaboration
      • Implemented as a distinct program within program mix
      • Conducted activities for all of the age groups and parents
      • Implemented specific activities as special events
      • Developed plans for integrating the activities into existing program schedules
      • Developed into a multi-unit program
      • Created new groups and members
      • Combined activities with other programs, such as SMART Girls or Keystone Club
      Benefits of Triple Play:
    • 51. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview This exercise is designed to provide participants an opportunity to generate a list of community base organizations that they might partner with to support the implementation of the three components of Triple Play, Mind, Body, and Soul. Triple Play Community Involvement
    • 52.
      • Ask Sports junior staff to recruit high school friends
      • Recruit from existing small-group clubs
      • Ask staff members for recommendations
      • Visit high schools, churches, youth centers
      • Develop relationships with teachers, staff and adults to get referrals and converse directly with teens to build interest in getting involved
      Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Encouraging Community Collaboration Diverse Recruitment Methods for Clubs
    • 53. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Encouraging Community Collaboration
    • 54. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview This exercise is designed to provide you an opportunity to generate a plan to implement the three components of Triple Play: Mind, Body, and Soul. My Plan
    • 55. Website Information: www. Tripleplay.bgca.net Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview
    • 56. Triple Play: A Game Plan for the Mind, Body and Soul Overview