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  • Level 3 NVQ Instructing Physical Activity Lloyd Dean
  • Aims and Objectives
    • By the end of the lesson you should be able to:
    • Describe the principles of behaviour change
    • State the progress through the stages of change
    • List several motivational and exercise adherence strategies
  • What is Behaviour Change
    • Change of the “norm”
    • Decision making process to develop oneself
    • One of the most difficult things to achieve...........and sustain
    • 5 Stage process: Precontemplative, contemplative, preparation, action and maintenance.
  • Why Do We Need To Understand Behaviour Change?
    • Can impact our clients in several ways:
    • Trying something new, e.g going to the gym for the first time
    • Losing motivation
    • Relapse or dropping out
    • Clients want to change but don't know how
    • Will effect all clients we work with
  • 5 Stage Model of Behaviour Changes
  • How To Apply The Model
    • Precontemplative : Encourage self reflection, mainly with GP referrals
    • Contemplative: Can be first stage you see client. Let them know decision is theirs
    • Preparation: Encourage small steps with clients to overcome barriers
    • Action: Have support structures ready to prevent “Snakes and Ladders”
    • Maintenance: Maintaining focus on end goals. “Hard part has been done”.
    • Would the process be this simple?
  • Critical Thinking
    • The most common time for women to apply and join a gym is in January of each year
    • Looking at the behavioural change model
    • What do you think is happening?
  • Motivational and Exercise Adherence Strategies
    • Programming strategies
    • Motivational Interviewing
    • Behavioural and Outcome goal setting
    • Social Support
    • Social Reinforcement
    • Attention strategies
    • Intervention/motivational methods appropriate for each stage of change
    • What is each?
    • What are there benefits?
    • When would you use them?
  • Key Words - Apply these words to what you may now know
    • Barriers
    • Psychological benefits
    • Improved self esteem
    • Money – Cost of going to gym
    • Confidence – Never been to the gym before
    • Lack of experience in exercise
    • Self growth
  • Aims and Objectives
    • You should now be able to:
    • Describe the principles of behaviour change
    • State the progress through the stages of change
    • List several motivational and exercise adherence strategies