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PHYSICAL FITNESS
http://www.corporatewellnessmagazine.com/
Health
■ Traditional view – absence of disease, pain or disability
■ Contemporary view (WHO) – achievement of
– Physical w...
Benefits of aWellness Lifestyle
■ To the Nation
– Reduction in health care costs
– Maintenance of productive work force
■ ...
Impaired life
11.5 years
Life expectancy
76.9 years
Healthy life
65.4 years
Factors Affecting Health
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
Fivei oFour
Number of low-risk lifest yle fact ors
Three None
Relativeriskofheartdisease
Is Change Necessary?
■ In order to adopt a wellness lifestyle, most individuals have to change a number of
behaviors.
■ Ch...
Common Barriers to Change
■ Procrastination
■ Preconditioned cultural beliefs
■ Gratification
■ Risk complacency
■ Complex...
Trans theoretical Model of Change
■ Pre-contemplation
■ Contemplation
■ Preparation
■ Action
■ Maintenance
■ Termination
Model of progression and relapse
Physical Activity vs Exercise
■ PhysicalActivity – bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires
energy expen...
Fitness vs Health
■ To produce health benefits, the intensity, duration, and frequency of activity is less
than that requi...
Principles of PhysicalTraining
■ Specificity
■ Progressive Overload
■ Reversibility
■ Individual Differences
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Physical Fitness Tips By Corporate Wellness Magazine

  1. 1. PHYSICAL FITNESS http://www.corporatewellnessmagazine.com/
  2. 2. Health ■ Traditional view – absence of disease, pain or disability ■ Contemporary view (WHO) – achievement of – Physical well-being – Mental well-being – Social well-being
  3. 3. Benefits of aWellness Lifestyle ■ To the Nation – Reduction in health care costs – Maintenance of productive work force ■ To the individual – Reduced health care costs – Increased longevity – Increased quality of life
  4. 4. Impaired life 11.5 years Life expectancy 76.9 years Healthy life 65.4 years
  5. 5. Factors Affecting Health
  6. 6. 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 Fivei oFour Number of low-risk lifest yle fact ors Three None Relativeriskofheartdisease
  7. 7. Is Change Necessary? ■ In order to adopt a wellness lifestyle, most individuals have to change a number of behaviors. ■ Changing behaviors is the most difficult aspect of living a wellness lifestyle. ■ The barriers to change must be overcome.
  8. 8. Common Barriers to Change ■ Procrastination ■ Preconditioned cultural beliefs ■ Gratification ■ Risk complacency ■ Complexity ■ Indifference and Helplessness ■ Rationalization ■ Invincibility
  9. 9. Trans theoretical Model of Change ■ Pre-contemplation ■ Contemplation ■ Preparation ■ Action ■ Maintenance ■ Termination
  10. 10. Model of progression and relapse
  11. 11. Physical Activity vs Exercise ■ PhysicalActivity – bodily movement produced by skeletal muscles that requires energy expenditure and produces progressive health benefits ■ Exercise – a type of physical activity that is planned and structured with the intent of improving or maintaining physical fitness.
  12. 12. Fitness vs Health ■ To produce health benefits, the intensity, duration, and frequency of activity is less than that required to produce improved fitness. ■ Improved fitness is measured by how much exercise you can do. Improved health is measured by improved physiologic function of body systems.
  13. 13. Principles of PhysicalTraining ■ Specificity ■ Progressive Overload ■ Reversibility ■ Individual Differences

Presented by: http://www.corporatewellnessmagazine.com/ While on the way to your destination, keep yourself calm and relaxed, if you have any problem in that try to watch a movie or listening to music, or you can sleep on your way to your designated place. Most people spend their time on doing these things in order to keep themselves calm and relaxed.

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