Goal setting Intro 10SPS

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Goal setting Intro 10SPS

  1. 1. Goal Setting<br />
  2. 2. Assessing the data:<br />Grab a “Warrant of Fitness” Card<br />Fill in your results for the tests that we have completed<br />Go around the room and look at the sheets for the tests that have criteria, fill in what your rating for that test was.<br />e.g. excellent, satisfactory, needs improvement. <br />
  3. 3. Setting Goals <br />Why do we set goals?<br /><ul><li>Give us direction
  4. 4. Gives us something to work towards
  5. 5. Give us something to follow – so we don’t get off track</li></li></ul><li>How do we set a goal?<br />In order for a goal to be able to be achieved it needs to be SMART!<br />S = Specific<br />M = Measurable<br />A = Attainable<br />R = Realistic<br />T = Timely<br />
  6. 6. Specificity<br />S = Specific<br />When setting a goal you need to state exactly what it is you want to improve or achieve<br />
  7. 7. Measure<br />M = Measurable<br />When setting a goal you need to be able to measure it whether it be in time, distance, or another variable. If you cannot measure it, it isn't a SMART goal!<br />
  8. 8. Attainable<br />A = Attainable<br />When setting a goal you need to be sure that in the time you have set that you are able to reach that goal. E.g. having a goal to climb Mt Everest this year is not attainable for you or me.<br />
  9. 9. Realistic<br />R = Realistic<br />When setting a goal you need to be realistic. Like attainability you need to set a goal that is within your means. You need to take into account what resources you need to achieve your goal too. <br />
  10. 10. Time<br />T = Timely<br />You need to set a time limit or at least a time frame for when you want to have achieved your goal by. Goals can be short term e.g. Two weeks or, Long term – Up to 5+ years<br />
  11. 11. Setting our own goals<br />Looking at the results from your fitness tests choose one component of fitness/ related test that you would like to set a goal towards improving.<br />Make sure that you are setting SMART goals…e.g. nothing that doesn’t specify what, for how long etc.<br />E.g. “My goal is to improve my cardiorespiratory endurance. I will measure this by using my 12 minute run time. I want to be able to run 3km within 12 minutes. I want to be able to achieve this goal in 10 weeks”.<br />

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