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Physical Wellness and SMART Goals
Physical Wellness: "Is finding a balance of physical activity, proper nutrition, and mental well being" (Module 2 Lesson 2). If someone does all those things they are physically well. Being physically well has many benefits to you overall health. Physical Activity: "The 5 health related components of physical activity are: body fat composition, flexibility, muscular endurance, muscular strength, and cardiovascular endurance" (Module 2 lesson 2). There are different ways to exercise each one of these components.SMART Goals: A smart goal is a goal that you set that is specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time bound (Module 2 Lesson 3). SMART goals are important because setting health related SMART goals can help improve your overall physical health.
Guidelines for a Healthy Lifestyle
j;jljlklkjWhat are the benefits of a healthy lifestyle? You may not realize it, but there are many things that you can do to live a healthier life. Physical activity is good for all aspects of personal wellness. If you are physically well you have a decreased risk of heart disease, you could live longer, and your grades may be improved. Also, you will have increased confidence, sleep better, have a reduced risk of depression, and have stronger bones. Any type of exercise can contribute to a healthy lifestyle. A lot of them don't even require much equipment or going to the gym (Module 5 Lesson 1).Are you at risk for health problems even with a healthy lifestyle? Sometimes there are things that you can't control, no matter how healthy your lifestyle is. Celebrity fitness trainer, Bob Harper, had a widowmaker heart attack even though he was physically fit (Module 5 Lesson 2). There are some health problems that you inherit from your ancestors. There is nothing you can do to prevent getting these completely, but having a healthy lifestyle can reduce your risk by a lot. Body Types: There are three different body types. When you see a famous athletic person, don't assume that that's the way you need to look like in order to be healthy. Different body types are naturally built differently. No matter what body type you have, having a lower body fat percentage has it's benefits (Module 5 Lesson 4).
Total wellness: means that you have all three of these. Do you have total wellness?
This is what physical wellness means and what SMART goals are.
Finally, no matter what type of exercise you are doing, you should never take any of your injuries lightly. Some injuries become worse if not treated quickly (M5 L5). Exercise and diet are some of the most important factors of a healthy lifestyle, but you should go slow and not make any really big changes fast or you could hurt yourself.