Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
Wellness
Mental and emotional well-being, spiritual health, the stability and quality of relationships, the
environment in...
Company
LOGO
The X Wellness Experience
Proposal written by Felesha Love, BS, MBA, ACE, LMI
Submitted to X
November 1, 2013...
Executive Summary
• A Choice to Change the World echoes our responsibility as a department to provide opportunities
for th...
Where we are now
Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
Situation Analysis
• The latest statistics confirm that more than half of all Americans are overweight or obese; a
startli...
Creating the “X Wellness Experience”
All Hands On Deck
Each a part of the whole
Curriculum Classes
Wellness
Group Fitness ...
Business Structure
The workplace environment—its energy and
dynamics—comprise the culture of a department.
Business cultur...
Manage Change Effectively
Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
Organizational Transformation
Creating positive change with
creativity, enthusiasm, energy and passion!
Transformation
The Fitness & Wellness
Experience
Group Fitness Classes
Weight
Room
Cycle
Room
Cardiovascular
Room
Physical...
Wellness in the Workplace
Effectively communicating the a vision and mission including a position
on public accountability...
Code of Ethics
An idea to formulate a code of ethics for our department is as follows:
As an employee/ of this department,...
Creating a Fitness Culture
Wellness Proposal - Submitted by
Building Fitness Culture
Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
Objectives
• Educate and Serve with Excellence
• Promote Healthy Lifestyle Experiences
• Explore the needs of those we ser...
Create a fitness experience
Lab 1 1 hour/ 1 session
Orientation: Introduction to the Fitness Experience. Fill out Health f...
Serving the majority effectively
The number one priority for women is toning. Weight training helps to sculpt the
body, in...
Consistency
Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
Reap Benefits of Body Pump
• The number one priority for women is toning. Weight training helps to sculpt the body, increa...
Make Global Change
One Class At A Time
• If you want to create change and get results you’ve got to think BIG.
• Drive a l...
Flexible Active Lifestyle Programs
Group Fitness
Strength/Core
Cardio
Equipment
Intramurals
Group
Sessions
Walk/Jog/Run
Gr...
Personal Training vs. Group
Fitness
Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
Trends
• 95% Require structured exercise programming
• 73% are obese
• 93% of clients do not know the importance of taking...
Group Fitness
• One Body Pump instructor
• 3 hours per week of instruction
• Serving 150 participants per week
• *Particip...
New Participant Intake
Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
Labs
Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
Objective for Labs
• Build Community, Motivate and Empower!
• During the X Wellness Experience tour participants explore a...
Lab 3 4 hours/4 sessions
X Wellness Experience Tour, Lifestyle
Management and Exercise Prescription
• Standard fitness ass...
Lab 4
Personal Wellness Sessions
Biweekly-Maximum/ 1.5 - 2 hours
• Coach/Trainer will conduct participant
consultations. R...
Putting goals in motion
• Create assessment tools to pull research data (see slides 36-37)
• Test and modify fitness and w...
Best Practices
Policy Structure:
• Fitness Assessment:
• Wear comfortable, athletic-type clothing (i.e. shorts,
t-shirt, a...
Wellness Program Structure
What should people expect? What do we
do? Add value to one-on-one sessions.
Program and service...
Best Practices (continued)
Contract/Letter of Agreement
Once matched with a Coach/PT and a mutual
agreement has been made ...
• If a participant needs to cancel, he/she is to
directly notify the Wellness Scheduler or contact
Coach/PT directly a min...
Seven Dimensions of
Wellness
Physical
Emotional
Mental
Spiritual
Environmental
Occupational
Social
Wellness Proposal - Sub...
Objectives Support Fitness Culture
• We have a once in a lifetime opportunity to create change that will effect our commun...
Action Plan
• PE Curriculum should include obtainable, measurable outcomes.
• Wellness classes, recreation, outdoor and In...
Serve with Excellence
The leading challenge in fitness programming and exercise prescription is
inconsistency leading to l...
Potential revenue contributions to
sustainability of new facility
Options can be available to students, faculty and
staff ...
Interconnectedness
Wellness Proposal - Submitted by
Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
The Fitness & Wellness
Experience
Group Fitness Classes
Weight
Room
Cycle...
Curriculum Mapping
Connecting components to support the physical education curriculum
Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. ...
Adults spend 60 percent or more of their waking hours sedentary, according to a 2010 review of numerous studies over the p...
Love’s Contribution
Awareness of Mind, Body and Spirit
Mental and emotional well-being, spiritual health, the stability an...
Recipient of the Phoenix Award from former Atlanta Mayor Bill
Campbell and Lieutenant Aide De Camp from former Governor Ze...
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Create a dynamic fitness and wellness brand for your company or institution. This presentation demonstrates innovative ways to prioritize ambitious goals that many project developers propose as they try to build an active exercise community. The objective is to help decision makers understanding fitness culture, establish research opportunities, add value, create a safe exercise environment, implement solid strategic plans, and create enjoyable fitness experiences that increase participation.

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  1. 1. Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  2. 2. Wellness Mental and emotional well-being, spiritual health, the stability and quality of relationships, the environment in which we live and work, satisfaction with career, continuing education and finally how financially sound we are” Stebbins (2002). Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  3. 3. Company LOGO The X Wellness Experience Proposal written by Felesha Love, BS, MBA, ACE, LMI Submitted to X November 1, 2013 Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  4. 4. Executive Summary • A Choice to Change the World echoes our responsibility as a department to provide opportunities for the X community to evolve as a strong, healthy and vibrant community. Our mission is to change unhealthy habits and old belief systems that perpetuate poor health and wellness. We live in a time where success and happiness simply cannot be measured by money, education and power alone but in our ability to live long enough to enjoy it. • The objective of this PowerPoint presentation is to demonstrate innovative ways to use physical education and wellness add value to the X experience. You will see how the areas can be strategically used to support a growing community of exercisers and create financial sustainability for the college. The X experience is a brand that demands quality, integrity and empowerment. The Physical Education, Wellness and Recreation experience cannot fall short of expectations. • This PowerPoint demonstrates innovative ways to meet the goals of the Wellness Revolution. I will show you effective ways to establish research, add value to the education and service that we provide. • Meet needs • Improve • Influence • Team • What will this prove? Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  5. 5. Where we are now Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  6. 6. Situation Analysis • The latest statistics confirm that more than half of all Americans are overweight or obese; a startling one out of five children ages 5 to 17 is obese; approximately 28 million adults are dieting to lose weight and another 23 million think they should be. An estimated 40 billion dollars is spent annually on diet books, products, and services. Ninety percent of all dieters regain weight loss within one year. • African American women have the highest rates of being overweight or obese compared to other groups in the U.S. About four out of five African American women are overweight or obese. • In 2011, African Americans were 1.5 times as likely to be obese as Non- Hispanic Whites. • In 2011, African American women were 80% more likely to be obese than Non-Hispanic White women. • In 2007-2010, African American girls were 80% more likely to be overweight than Non-Hispanic White girls. • More than 80 percent of people with type 2 diabetes are overweight.1 • People who are overweight are more likely to suffer from high blood pressure, high levels of blood fats, and LDL cholesterol -- all risk factors for heart disease and stroke. 1 • In 2010, African Americans were 70% less likely to engage in active physical activity as Non- Hispanic Whites. • Deaths from heart disease and stroke are almost twice the rate for African Americans as compared to Whites • http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/series/sr_10/sr10_256.pdf • http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/nhqrdr/nhqrdr12/10_lifestylemodification/T2_10_1_5- 2d.html • http://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/templates/content.aspx?ID=6456 Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  7. 7. Creating the “X Wellness Experience” All Hands On Deck Each a part of the whole Curriculum Classes Wellness Group Fitness Classes Labs Group Sessions Personal Training Wellness Coaching Workshops Intramuals Outdoor Education Recreation Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  8. 8. Business Structure The workplace environment—its energy and dynamics—comprise the culture of a department. Business culture is an influential and fluid entity that represents who you are as a team, what you stand for, how you conduct yourselves and how you treat your participants. It will ultimately impact work quality, job satisfaction and enjoyment, and employee retention; it will also help define your brand in the customer’s eyes. While company culture is important to any business, in a service industry that exists to help people achieve their health, fitness and sporting goals, a positive and constructive culture is very influential. Indeed, without a compass for culture, a business really has no soul and, hence, little chance of survival. http://www.ideafit.com/fitness- library/building-corporate-culture-0Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  9. 9. Manage Change Effectively Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  10. 10. Organizational Transformation Creating positive change with creativity, enthusiasm, energy and passion!
  11. 11. Transformation The Fitness & Wellness Experience Group Fitness Classes Weight Room Cycle Room Cardiovascular Room Physical Education Curriculum Wellness Coaching Intramurals Recreation Labs Personal Training Community Service Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  12. 12. Wellness in the Workplace Effectively communicating the a vision and mission including a position on public accountability and sustainability will be important to the company’s position as an innovative global leader (Laureate, 2007). Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  13. 13. Code of Ethics An idea to formulate a code of ethics for our department is as follows: As an employee/ of this department, I am committed to the vision and principles of professional conduct, honesty and fairness. I pledge to spread enthusiasm about the fitness culture with all wellness participants and the X community. I promise to: • Honor human life • Practice sensitivity when consulting • Provide safe and effective instruction according to the X’s brand • Provide fair and equal treatment to all • Maintain professional certifications and continuing education training • Comply with all business and legal policies, procedures • Maintain and promote health and wellness of mind, body and spirit. • Maintain confidentiality of all member information • Build a relationship of trust and respect in the workplace • Contribute to a healthier world. Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  14. 14. Creating a Fitness Culture Wellness Proposal - Submitted by
  15. 15. Building Fitness Culture Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  16. 16. Objectives • Educate and Serve with Excellence • Promote Healthy Lifestyle Experiences • Explore the needs of those we serve • Actively participate in research • Help people find the right fit. Providing exposure to everything Wellness has to offer helps people identify a fitness options they will stick to. • Find ways to work with maximum efficiency and effectiveness • Create Fitness Culture Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  17. 17. Create a fitness experience Lab 1 1 hour/ 1 session Orientation: Introduction to the Fitness Experience. Fill out Health form, Fitness and Wellness Assessment forms. *Includes participant response to physical and environmental change, as well as, behaviors to reveal habits, barriers, self image and challenges with current plan. Lab 2 Goal Setting Lab 3 hours/3 sessions FITT principle and National Standard recommendations Basic Nutrition and Journaling with National Standard recommendations . • Body Composition and National Standard recommendations. • Participants will create a SMART Goal and a SWOT Analysis to determine short and long term goals with accountability measures. • Review and explanation of Fitness and Wellness Assessment taken in Lab 1 to determine goals. Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  18. 18. Serving the majority effectively The number one priority for women is toning. Weight training helps to sculpt the body, increase muscle mass and reduce body fat.
  19. 19. Consistency Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  20. 20. Reap Benefits of Body Pump • The number one priority for women is toning. Weight training helps to sculpt the body, increase muscle mass and reduce body fat. • Increase exercise adherence • Service more people in one hour • Ensure safe and effective exercise programming • Make exercise prescriptions easier and maximize results • Opportunity for teacher training certification in Body Pump/ on going professional training four times a year/ quality control is easier • Participating students should pay half of all fees, sign four semester teacher agreement and Wellness perhaps as an incentive can pay for annual training that amounts to the equivalent of the total cost of the certification. • Frequent marketing opportunities • World Class programming breeds world class instructors in your own backyard • Provide cutting edge fitness experiences • Create Excitement! Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  21. 21. Make Global Change One Class At A Time • If you want to create change and get results you’ve got to think BIG. • Drive a larger population of participants toward greater fitness results, faster. • LES MILLS™ group fitness and team training programs has a proven track record of fitness results. Over twenty years of solid exercise science research is available to create a fitter planet, one workout at a time. Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  22. 22. Flexible Active Lifestyle Programs Group Fitness Strength/Core Cardio Equipment Intramurals Group Sessions Walk/Jog/Run Group Fitness Cardio Classes Ways To Promote Active Lifestyles Private Group Session: Boxing/Kickboxing/Cross Fit Speciality Sessions Intramural Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  23. 23. Personal Training vs. Group Fitness Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  24. 24. Trends • 95% Require structured exercise programming • 73% are obese • 93% of clients do not know the importance of taking a pulse check during cardio workouts or did not know how to conduct the pulse check • 60% weight between 150-170 lbs • Average age of participants 17-21 • 10% of faculty participate in personal training • Average Resting Heart rate is 70-79 • 90% request Strength Training • 80% request Cardiovascular Endurance Training Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13 Trends are reflective of Felesha Love’s clients only
  25. 25. Group Fitness • One Body Pump instructor • 3 hours per week of instruction • Serving 150 participants per week • *Participants’ results are unlimited with proven exercise prescription and motivating instructors. • Added bonus: Community, Comradely, Improved Confidence, Improved Fitness and Wellness Results Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  26. 26. New Participant Intake Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  27. 27. Labs Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  28. 28. Objective for Labs • Build Community, Motivate and Empower! • During the X Wellness Experience tour participants explore all that the Wellness Center has to offer. This method allows the participant to identify their favorite exercise methods, build confidence in the fitness areas and learn to take care of equipment while walking a new path to wellness. • Create personal fitness plan to include Group Fitness Classes and Recreational activity to best meet individuals goals. Personal training is best suited for specialized training. • Check-in Sessions to indicate milestones • The real work begins! Incorporate other dimensions of wellness elements to support behavioral change. Based on their goals create accountability and milestones. • Use every opportunity to create meaningful and pleasurable experiences to promote fitness for life. Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  29. 29. Lab 3 4 hours/4 sessions X Wellness Experience Tour, Lifestyle Management and Exercise Prescription • Standard fitness assessment will be administered • Participants will observe group fitness classes, group sessions and intramural activity before their initial participation. Upon the first day of physical activity, participants will test the new activity for 15-30 minutes and consult with wellness coach/PT. In addition, participants will learn how to operate various cardio equipment and use safety precautions as a part of cardiovascular assessment lab. • Participants will learn how to take their heart rate and work within their aerobic target heart rate zone, THR. • Group fitness instructors should include lead a heart rate check during all cardio classes to keep participants aware of their heart rate training zones. • During strength training assessment and lab sessions, participants will learn to use equipment correctly and safely. In addition, they will take sculpting classes that offer consistency to National Standards and offer maximum benefits.(see slide 30 ) Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  30. 30. Lab 4 Personal Wellness Sessions Biweekly-Maximum/ 1.5 - 2 hours • Coach/Trainer will conduct participant consultations. Research, surveys and questionnaires should be available to extract data in advance. Use data from the participants lab experiences to create a personalized prescription to include a X Wellness Experience Model and flexible contingency plans. Devise action plans and accountability contract • X Wellness Experience Model includes Body Pump and the wellness component of lifestyle management. Body Pump is used as a platform to generate results • Structure fitness models to meet all areas according to National Standards to include the following: • Cardiovascular conditioning • Weight reduction • Muscle building • Sport-specific training • General muscle tone and fitness • Body sculpting and toning • Rehabilitation from injury • 3 week, 6 week and 12 week programs • Participant should have opportunity to assess Coach/Trainer and fitness experience Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  31. 31. Putting goals in motion • Create assessment tools to pull research data (see slides 36-37) • Test and modify fitness and wellness plans as needed • Communicate, Motivate, Inspire! • Integrate Seven Dimensions of Wellness and Change Management • Support healthy lifestyle choices and encourage lifestyle management • Create new milestones Check-in sessions Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  32. 32. Best Practices Policy Structure: • Fitness Assessment: • Wear comfortable, athletic-type clothing (i.e. shorts, t-shirt, and athletic shoes). • Drink plenty of fluids 24-hours preceding the assessment to ensure normal hydration. • Avoid food, tobacco, alcohol, and caffeine at least 3 hours before assessment. • Avoid exercise or strenuous activity before the assessment on the day of testing. • Get an adequate amount of sleep (6 to 8 hours) the night before the test. • Inform your Coach/PT about any medication and/or other supplements you are taking (take recommended physician dosage the day of assessment). Fitness Assessments Include • Free service assessments include evaluation of the following: • Height • Weight • Resting Heart Rate • Resting Blood Pressure • Body Composition • Hamstring Flexibility • Hand Grip Strength • Cardiorespiratory Endurance (VO2 max) Participant receives summary of their current physical fitness status. This summary can be used to plan a workout program and formulate a personalized exercise prescription provided by Wellness Coach/PT • A Medical History Questionnaire • Informed Consent for Testing should be completed prior to consultation • Create Coach/PT Evaluations and make them available to all participants. Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  33. 33. Wellness Program Structure What should people expect? What do we do? Add value to one-on-one sessions. Program and services should be printed and made available for the community. • Participants are matched with Coach/PTs based on availability, goals, and preferences provided on Labs. • Participants are not guaranteed a Coach/PT. • Once matched, participants should be contacted by Wellness Coach/PT within 5 business days by electronic. • An Orientation, and Coach/PT Introduction Letter should be emailed prior to visit. • Correspondence for Group Sessions, Labs. Fitness Assessment, initial consultation, Lab 1 and 2 should be completed before beginning the participant’s first training session. • A personal Fitness Assessment and Consultation are always included with all training packages even if the college allows paid private sessions. • Personalized exercise prescriptions and fitness programs will be written based on the data collected in Lab assessments and consultation. • All Assessments and specialty training sessions last 1 hour. • All Check in sessions last 30 – 60 minutes. Best Practices (continued) Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  34. 34. Best Practices (continued) Contract/Letter of Agreement Once matched with a Coach/PT and a mutual agreement has been made outlining the terms of the actual training program. Participant should be required to acknowledge in writing with a signature, and submit the official Letter of Agreement to include Confidentiality & Coach/PT Evaluation. • All information regarding program and progress should be kept confidential and remain in one department participant file for at least 2 years following the cessation of participation in the program. • Staff should attend workshop to adhere to HIPAA guidelines to protect vital health information given. Information should not be discussed with anyone other than assigned Coach/PT. • At the completion of every semester and/or at the cessation of involvement with the Wellness program, participants evaluate Coach/PT on a number of areas. • Policy for running late for a training, Lab or consult session. Staff are only required to wait 10 minutes before that session is forfeited. • If a participant is late, the session will only last until the end of hour for which that session was scheduled. Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  35. 35. • If a participant needs to cancel, he/she is to directly notify the Wellness Scheduler or contact Coach/PT directly a minimum of 2 hours prior to the scheduled session time. • If a participant does not give his/her Coach/PT at least a 2 hour notice, that session is forfeited and will not be rescheduled. • If a participant misses two (2) scheduled sessions, the participant contract is forfeited. • Participants will receive credit for any training session cancelled by the Coach/PT, or due to uncontrollable circumstances (i.e. severe weather, power outages), or personal emergencies. A missed workout session must be rescheduled within 7 days or the bonus will be waived. • Individuals who have any of the following conditions will be required to have a Medical Clearance and Physician's Consent form before beginning a Personal Training program: – Hypertension (High Blood Pressure >145/95mmHG) – Hyperlipidemia (Cholesterol > 220 mg/dl or a total cholesterol-to-HDL ratio of > 5.0) – Diabetes – Past or present history of Heart Disease – Abnormal resting EKG – Acute systemic infection, accompanied by fever, body aches, or swollen lymph glands – Other conditions that the Coach/PT may deem to present an unreasonable risk to participant’s health if he/she were to participate in a fitness program. Best Practices (continued) Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  36. 36. Seven Dimensions of Wellness Physical Emotional Mental Spiritual Environmental Occupational Social Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13 Improving Exercise and wellness Behavior
  37. 37. Objectives Support Fitness Culture • We have a once in a lifetime opportunity to create change that will effect our community and the world. • Create a fitness and wellness web to include Seven Dimensions of Wellness and Change Management. • Strategically implement change across the departments • Interconnect functional skills training, lifestyle management, FITT Principle, basic nutrition, components of fitness, to support integration of the Seven Dimensions of Wellness and Change Management. • The two Department Objects promote sustainable fitness and wellness over lifetimes. • Generate data and plan research. • Establish Learning Outcomes and Curriculum Map to meet Seven Dimensions of Wellness and Change Management objectives. Plan with clear, measurable outcomes. • Use data to address the needs of the X community and to create activities that support disparities among African American women and families. Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  38. 38. Action Plan • PE Curriculum should include obtainable, measurable outcomes. • Wellness classes, recreation, outdoor and Intramurals can adopt two areas from one Department objective to build fun, creative ways of implementation. • Build research objectives around this fertile opportunity. • Measure everything to plan next steps. Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  39. 39. Serve with Excellence The leading challenge in fitness programming and exercise prescription is inconsistency leading to limited results! Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  40. 40. Potential revenue contributions to sustainability of new facility Options can be available to students, faculty and staff as added value to the Fitness and Wellness Experience Personal Sessions • We offer both individual one hour and half hour training sessions • ½ hour sessions start at $23/session* • 1 hour sessions starting at $40/session* • Get fit with a friend! • Buddy sessions start at $28 per person/session* • *All Pricing is for 15 session packages. In addition to free orientation and fitness assessments. Group Fitness and Specialty Group Sessions • $10 per month or $3 per class • Body Pump, Boot Camp, Cross Fit, Functional and Sports training Workshop Labs are lecture and/or physical activity coaching • $10 - $25 (3-10 sessions) • Stress Management • How to Manage a college budget • Time Management • Mediation Technique • Transforming Difficult Habits • Restful Sleep Techniques • Outdoor and Recreation topics and group training Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  41. 41. Interconnectedness Wellness Proposal - Submitted by
  42. 42. Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13 The Fitness & Wellness Experience Group Fitness Classes Weight Room Cycle Room Cardiovascular Room Physical Education Curriculum Wellness Coaching Intramurals Recreation Labs Personal Training Communit y Service Physical Education Curriculum
  43. 43. Curriculum Mapping Connecting components to support the physical education curriculum Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  44. 44. Adults spend 60 percent or more of their waking hours sedentary, according to a 2010 review of numerous studies over the past decade, conducted by a group of researchers from Australia and the United States. (Most of the data were gathered by connecting people to accelerometers to measure how long they are still. (Retrieved from the Washington Post http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2011-07-12/lifestyle/35238403_1_health-risk-long-term-health-balance-exercises on November 1, 2013) Students demonstrate stretches to relieve chronic lower back pain. Students demonstrate how to prevent stress in on the lower back knees and hips during excessive sitting and standing. It might be time to shift the goal for obesity treatment away from just weight loss and BMI to include body fat reduction and a better understanding of nutrition. (Journal of the American Medical Association, 2012:307 [1], 47-55). Students use critical thinking skills to determine their caloric expenditure to improve health. Students decrease their body fat percentage by 2% with increased exercise expenditure over 13 weeks. Students determine the number of calories needed to make changes in their weight based on caloric intake and exercise expenditure. With human function, optimal body-wide tension needs to be sensitive to and stimulated by changes in magnitude, angle and rate of loading (Huijing, 2007) Students improve core stability that translates to improved fitness and daily activities. Students demonstrate a modified plank for 60 seconds. Students measure the number of sit ups performed in 60 seconds. Curriculum Mapping Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  45. 45. Love’s Contribution Awareness of Mind, Body and Spirit Mental and emotional well-being, spiritual health, the stability and quality of relationships, the environment in which we live and work, satisfaction with career, continuing education and finally how financially sound we are” Stebbins (2002). As a transformative leader, I offer X College outstanding organizational and management skills. I inspire to contribute 25 years of fitness experience into creating awesome experiences for our fitness and wellness community. I am passionate and prepared to offer a Mind, Body and Spirit component to the wellness experience. Over the years, I have excelled in helping people change unhealthy lifestyle habits and learn balance as a path to becoming healthier and happier. Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
  46. 46. Recipient of the Phoenix Award from former Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell and Lieutenant Aide De Camp from former Governor Zell Miller, in addition to numerous accolades from Atlanta Public Schools and Cobb County Public Schools for her outstanding achievements as a leader in fitness and community service. Felesha Love, BS, MBA, ACE,LMI Chopra University Certifying as a Vedic Master (Ayurveda, Yoga & Primordial Sound Meditation) Instructor at X College since 2007 Faculty since Fall 2013 (See resume for details) Wellness Proposal - Submitted by F. Love 11.1.13
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