Culminating Project

Updated: 6/27/2021
Culminating Project

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Project for Otis, K p1

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  • Total Wellness
  • Physical Wellness and Goal Setting
  • Assessing Health
  • Total wellness is maintaining strong social wellness, maintaining strong mental wellness, and knowing how to manage stress. Social wellness is having the power to maintain good relationships with the people around you and to be able to interact and listen to the people around you. Some ways you can enhance your social wellness are by taking care of yourself physically, learning to not judge others, and learning to take responsibility for your actions. Mental wellness is the ability to be comfortable with the people around you and the power to be comfortable with yourself. People can improve their mental wellbeing by forming non-toxic relationships, becoming active, and learning new skills to improve themselves. Identifying ways to deal with stress is an integral part of total wellness. People can deal with stress by realizing the stressor and setting up things like small goals to accomplish or acknowledge their strengths and weaknesses. Total wellness is necessary to living a better life and becoming happy. 
  • Selecting Activities
  • Physical wellness and knowing how to make SMART goals are two things that are important in life. Physical wellness is your flexibility, muscular endurance, muscular endurance, and cardiovascular endurance. Flexibility is the range of motion in your joints. Flexibility can be improved via methods like yoga and proper stretching. Muscular endurance is your ability to exercise at a low weight for a long period. exercises that can improve your muscular endurance are walking lunges, bodyweight exercises, or attempting to do many reps. Muscular strength is your ability to do high-weight exercises for a short period. Examples of exercises that improve Muscular strength are ones that push you to your limit, like a 300-pound deadlift or a 75-pound bicep curl. Cardiovascular endurance exercises are exercises that last for a long time and helps the heart, lungs, and blood vessels. The SMART in SMART goals is an acronym. The SMART in SMART goals stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound. An example of a SMART goal is " I will lose 10 pounds a month until the end of the summer". All in all, physical wellness is important to your health, and knowing how to make SMART goals is an important skill to know in life.
  • Life Style
  • Nutrition