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  • 1. Wellness, Work,and BetterGradesHow using your fitness goalscan prepare for a betteryou!
  • 2. Identifying your goals Whathas challenged you yesterday that you want to change today?
  • 3. Journal Entry! Make sure you are able to write down your entries as you watch this! What is your primary wellness goal?  What motivates this? List any other goal (diet or physical) that could help achieve this goal.
  • 4. Types of Fitness Categories
  • 5. Full Time Students
  • 6. Why would cardio help me?
  • 7. Brain Health
  • 8. Young Professionals Overallhealth is connected to maintaining weight and safety prevention Choosing healthy diet options can promote stronger immune systems and prevent work related injury  http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/back- pain/HQ00955
  • 9. Common Injuries Back pain due to poor posture, lack of flexibility and stress can lead to more serious problems in your work routine Balancing a diet focused on bodily strength and adding a routine of core exercise can prevent poor habits
  • 10. Prevention Workouts Focusing on how balancing strength and flexibility in your workout can help keep from injuries on the job!
  • 11. Working Students Understanding how students can use brain health to promote studying habits, and young professionals can add a healthy diet in preventing injury –this section will focus on individual needs  Interactive workout plans for fitness goals  Diet plans for specific needs
  • 12. Student Resources On campus gyms offer a variety of free classes and trail periods of personal training Local gyms in Denton/Dallas area have discounts for students wanting to join! Researching goals and planning for milestones help achieve a routine of healthy habits
  • 13. Prep Before Planning BEFORE starting a new workout plan – FOCUS on nutrition  Knowing how to feed your body is crucial no matter what your fitness goals are Understanding how to add or change diet habits can make or break your goals!
  • 14. Know how to utilize yourpanty! Sites like http://www.recipekey.com/ help keep you budget friendly while using your own kitchen to achieve your goals! RecipeKey Exercise!
  • 15. Your first week in wellness Focus your first week in wellness on just changing your diet. The first 7 days of improving how you feed your body can kick start your metabolism! EASY AS THAT!  Check out my other videos for additional recipes!
  • 16. Additional sites… http://www.mensfitness.com/nutrition/20- fittest-foods http://www.fitnessmagazine.com/recipes /quick-recipes/dinner/vegetable-side- dishes/?page=4 http://www.greenplaterule.com/health- nutrition/sunday-night-prep-to-eat-clean- all-week/
  • 17. Journal Entry! Write down your ideal meal plan  What are you shopping for next?  What’s your budget, theme, is this within your goals?  What healthy meals can you make of that over the next week?  Can you use any healthier alternatives?  Is this helping your goals?
  • 18. Apps for Thought! Forquick couponing to help with your list Tom Thumb and other retailers use Apps for your phone to help keep your grocery list available while you shop  http://www.couponing101.com/safeway-tom- thumb-new-just-for-u-personalized-savings- program/ Great way to plan while you look for deals!
  • 19. How to find a workout plan Personal Trainers can help map out a plan with you Classes offered locally Self-motivate with at home workouts Personal research for your goals  Muscle Health  Brain Health  Core strength  Flexibility
  • 20. Sites for At-Home BodyBuilding.com WomensHealthMag.com MensHealthMag.com BeachBody.com YouTube.com  Many workout DVD plans offered have trainers of similar goals that are free online!
  • 21. Alternatives Mobile Apps for young professionals while traveling help keep you fit on the go!  MensHealthMag.com offers a new App through Apple Store and Google Play For a free session at home in between the gym, look at videos through your favorite personal trainers on their sites like Tony Horton and Charlene Johnson!
  • 22. Play While You Workout! Games on the Wii, Xbox Kinect and PlayStation have gone physical Play socially with friends once a week or at home when the weather is too chilly! Scheduling an outdoor activity with friends once a week keeps you moving and motivated
  • 23. Small but lean Cardio plans focus on heart health  Plan to do for 30-45 minutes at 3 times a week Pairwith a core strengthening session twice a week to keep muscle groups active  Lifting weights at any strength level challenges any body type
  • 24. Medium and Muscular Flexibility exercises like yoga or Pilates are great options for keeping muscles loose. Tension in under used muscle groups cause major damage –prevention is key!  A change of routine each week will promote recovery in different areas of muscle groups over time  Remember even if you can’t tell a difference in a week doesn’t mean your body can’t!
  • 25. Bigger but shrinking! Weightloss for anyone can be challenging  Fitness goals are 20% Physical and 80% Nutrition according to Personal Trainer Tony Horton.  Understanding your goals and tracking what you feed your body is your best tool before considering a workout plan
  • 26. Find a time frame that fits YOU As on most late night infomercials, most of the longer running workout programs promote a 90-Day period of training. This is a good starting point for many beginners wanting to set milestones for fitness goals For larger goals, plan for periods of 180 days or even longer if needed  Same goes for shorter goals, a period of 30 days ONLY TAKES 21 DAYS TO FORM A HABIT!

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