M2 Project- MaryJoe Tamita
Updated: 7/2/2020
M2 Project- MaryJoe Tamita
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  • Health Components:
  • Higher Body Fat can:
  • Examples are: Completing 100 situpsWalking lunges Body weight exercises
  • Cause Type 2 Diabetes, Bring high blood pressure, Sleep apnea, osteoarthritis, kidney disease with heart disease, and stroke
  • *The ability of muscles to exercise at a low weight for a long period of time (1-3 minutes)*
  • *The amount of fat in your body*
  • Muscular Endurance:
  • Body Fat Composition:
  • Can increase energy levels, weight management, and enhance mood patterns
  • Lower Body Fat can:
  • Lower cardio disease, life span prolongs, prevents disease, and reduces chance of Type 2 Diabetes
  • Poor muscle strength can have less energy and injury. Decreases disease risks. Improve ability to perform daily routines.
  • *The ability of your muscles to exercise at a high weight for a short period of time (30-60 seconds)*
  • Flexibility is the range of motion of joints to move usefully. Being less flexible can cause additional back, shoulders, and neck problems. Pulled muscles can also be increased. Functional movements (squatting, standing, etc.) begin to be simpler when flexibility grows.
  • Muscular Strength:
  • Flexibility:
  • Examples are:200 pounds bench press75 pounds bicep curls100 pound shoulder shrugs
  • Physical Wellness:
  • Physical Wellness is having an evenness of working out (being active), proper hygiene, and fitting diet in a person's life. Being physically well lowers the likelihood of diseases and minimizes depression. On the side of that, increase of life span, confidence, stronger muscles, healthier bones, and enhanced sleep comes along. This does not mean the person has to be an expert at an activity.
  • Health Component(s), continued:
  • Examples are:Walking quicklyRunning/joggingSwimmingBiking
  • *Involves exercising for long periods of time for hearts, lungs, and blood vessels, are working productively. Involves low intensity exercise for a long period (30 minutes or more)*
  • Can increase heart wellbeing and bone strength, as well as reducing blood pressure for heart disease.
  • Cardio Endurance:
  • Achievable
  • Time
  • SMART Goals:
  • Measurable
  • Specific
  • Realistic
  • Achievable: Is it possible (reachable)?
  • Specific: Does it target an area of improvement?
  • Measurable: How is the success being measured?
  • SMART Goals:
  • Questions to ask:
  • "I will eat home-cooked meals for 7 days"
  • SMART Goal Examples:
  • "I will run a mile for 15 minutes for 3 days"
  • "I will start complimenting myself in the mirror for 5 days this week"
  • SMART Goals:
  • Realistic: Is it (your goal) realistic to achieve?
  • Time: When would this (your goal) be achieve it?
  • "I will start journaling my feelings for 30 minutes everyday"
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