Elements of Wellness - BYU Presentation - by Becky Moller - www.AerobicMom.com

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Elements of Wellness - BYU Presentation - by Becky Moller - www.AerobicMom.com

  1. 1. “Wellness is your life in balance.” -Fitness!, p. 168 -Fitness!, p. 168
  2. 2. Life: a Great Balancing Act
  3. 3. Life: a Great Balancing Act FAMILY OBLIGATIONS
  4. 4. Life: a Great Balancing Act FAMILY OBLIGATIONS Church OBLIGATIONS
  5. 5. Life: a Great Balancing Act FAMILY OBLIGATIONS Church OBLIGATIONS FAMILY OBLIGATIONS FRIENDSHIPS
  6. 6. Life: a Great Balancing Act FAMILY OBLIGATIONS church OBLIGATIONS FAMILY OBLIGATIONS FRIENDSHIPS HOBBIES
  7. 7. Life: a Great Balancing Act FAMILY OBLIGATIONS Church OBLIGATIONS FAMILY OBLIGATIONS FRIENDSHIPS HOBBIES WORK & CAREER
  8. 8. Life: a Great Balancing Act FAMILY OBLIGATIONS Church OBLIGATIONS FAMILY OBLIGATIONS FRIENDSHIPS HOBBIES WORK & CAREER FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
  9. 9. Life: a Great Balancing Act FAMILY OBLIGATIONS Church OBLIGATIONS FAMILY OBLIGATIONS FRIENDSHIPS HOBBIES WORK & CAREER FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES HOMEMAKING DUTIES
  10. 10. Life: a Great Balancing Act FAMILY OBLIGATIONS Church OBLIGATIONS FAMILY OBLIGATIONS FRIENDSHIPS HOBBIES WORK & CAREER FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES HOMEMAKING DUTIES SPIRITUALITY
  11. 11. Life: a Great Balancing Act FAMILY OBLIGATIONS Church OBLIGATIONS FAMILY OBLIGATIONS FRIENDSHIPS HOBBIES WORK & CAREER FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES HOMEMAKING DUTIES SPIRITUALITY HOBBIES PHYSICAL FITNESS
  12. 12. • More than one-third of U.S. adults (35.7%) and approximately 17% (or 12.5 million) of children and adolescents aged 2—19 years are obese.
  13. 13. • Obesity-related conditions include heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancer, some of the leading causes of preventable death.
  14. 14. • In 2008, medical costs associated with obesity were estimated at $147 billion; the medical costs for people who are obese were $1,429 higher than those of normal weight. - Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
  15. 15. “Popular culture today often makes women look silly, inconsequential, mindless, and powerless. It objectifies them and disrespects them and then suggests that they are able to leave their mark on mankind only by seduction—easily the most pervasively dangerous message the adversary sends to women about themselves.” -M. Russell Ballard, “Mothers and Daughters”, April 2010
  16. 16. • Happiness comes from accepting the bodies we have been given as divine gifts and enhancing our natural attributes, not from remaking our bodies after the image of the world. The Lord wants us to be made over—but in His image, not in the image of the world, by receiving His image in our countenances (see Alma 5:14, 19). - Susan Tanner, “The Sanctity of the Body,” October 2005
  17. 17. “Stephen Levine, a Buddhist teacher, says that hell is wanting to be somewhere different from where you are.” - Geneen Roth, Women, Food and God
  18. 18. When it comes to our physical bodies, what is balance?
  19. 19. FIT Principle: Frequency: 3-5x/week, Intensity: 60-80%, Time: 20-60 minutes each session
  20. 20. Regular physical activity has amazing benefits.
  21. 21. Live longer and prevent many chronic diseases.
  22. 22. Improve cardiorespiratory and muscular fitness.
  23. 23. Raises metabolism & helps you lose weight easier.
  24. 24. Reduces stress, anxiety, and depression and improves your mood.
  25. 25. Maintains brain function, increases bone density, and age more gracefully.
  26. 26. Improves sleep quality.
  27. 27. Improves overall quality of life.

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