This allows them to build theirselves mentally, physically and intellectually. Motivation, determination and strength to push yourself above your limits are a few of the key factors required to achieve your fitness goals. With the knowledge passed on by my trainer, I learned that to adopt a fit lifestyle, one must truly want it and work hard towards achieving it. One of the challenges I faced to workout everyday was finding time throughout the day to schedule my sessions, but as I realized the importance of training regularly I made it a point to prioritize training everyday and set apart a particular time each day to train. There were times at which I got really tired and wanted to take a break from training, but the push I got from my trainer and family really helped me keep going and pushing bars ahead.
As contained in the guidelines of the assignment I must participate in the activity for 30 minutes and record my results. For this, I decided to go through a chest workout which is my favorite weight training workout. Like any other workout, I take about 10-15 minutes to properly warm up by doing what 's called a dynamic warm-up. A dynamic warm-up gets me focused on what 's to come and it also helps mitigate the risk of injury while lifting. Before this workout, I was very stressed about all of the studying I have to do before the term is over.
Which is needed desperately especially when an obstacle is thrown into a player’s way. Perseverance is what our coaches preach to us every day because it is so important and is needed for us to be successful. Perseverance is what gets you up for 6am workouts, it gets you through the week when it’s been ruff. I have had many times in football where I had gotten a flag thrown on me and the next play I had push through the disappointment of getting one. Because I have and will be hit with many obstacles throughout life and learning to preserver will help me grow as I continue into adulthood.
In all sports, players must show up to practices, workouts, and events on time. This teaches both good work ethic and responsibility because these individuals learn how to productively manage their time. Time management is an essential part of being successful. Exceptional athletes would rather be an hour early than a minute late. This greater supports the argument because down the road this could just as easily be a job interview and because of the habits that have been acculturated through playing sports, they will make a good impression and most likely beat out their competitor.
Try to get yourself a workout partner that will not only keep you motivated and working hard, but will also rely on you for the same level of motivation. If you find that you are guilty of making the excuses listed above, one too many times it’s time to make a change. Tell yourself that for your next scheduled session you will give it your all, putting out 100 or even 150 percent. Don’t just say this, you should ensure that when the time comes around you actual put on your best performance, leaving no holds
I was asked to write about my smart goal. From starting putting smart goal until today there is many things happen, putting this smart goal help me to lose my weight and change also my eating habits and now I start putting new and bigger goal. In this plan my family and friend was involved and they help me and they encourage me to do my best and complete it to achieve my goal. First I put a plan and then trying to put in my schedule of studying and going college and take care of my baby, in the beginning it was hard and need more focus and organizing for me to do everything in time. This was in front of the husband and my family, I will intend to focus on the outcomes more of my plan and try to work on it in best
It is valuable because it keeps kids healthy and fit. My next reason is that it allows kids to learn to face competition, and teaches them to work as a team. The last reason is that it raises self-esteem level, improves self-confidence, and helps kids deal with pressure. If kids join competitive sports it would create a much more developed society. It will lead to more developed, hardworking individuals.
Plan: The next time my mom asks me to join her for an event; I will tell her “let me get back to you,” to provide myself time to check in with myself and my schedule agreeing. Strengths: I have become increasingly good at sending boundaries with work and internship and I think this skill translates into my personal life. Problem 2: I do not frequently exercise because I feel too busy with school, work, internship, and school; lack of exercise leaves me dealing with: obesity, lowered health, and muscle stiffness from inactivity. Goal: My goal is to begin adding exercise into my weekly routine. Plan: I will begin by adding 10 minutes of moderate exercise to my weekly routine on 3 days of the week.
Both formal and informal groups play a role towards a winning season for the team. It is essential for everyone to work together and form bonds with each other. When a team communicates well with each other, respect and motivate each other and have a good relationship with each other, productivity will increase and so will performance. By being aware of each other’s skills and character, there will less likely be conflicts on the job which will further boost performance and eventually
This theory is seen as a theory of positive emotions. According to Fredrickson () by increasing the levels of positive emotions, broadening the mindset and building on psychological resources, over time positive emotions should also enhance an individual's emotional and physical well-being. In a more recent study (Cohn et al, 2009), attempted to link day to day positive emotions to improvements in life outcomes via growth in resilience. The study found that positive emotions can be a huge source of personal growth and, coupled with ego resilience, both can maintain and build on one another. As such it would appear that this promotes overall well-being and happiness.
As an athletic training student I need to be able to communicate better with other individuals because I am going to have to do that on a daily basis for the rest of my life. The best way to practice my communication skills with other patients and health care professionals is going to come with more experience and time practicing athletic training. Second, when it comes to the clinical setting I need to take more of an initiative, such as coming up with ideas and solutions needed to help improve athletes and other patients. The third weakness as an athletic training student would be that after I finish an evaluation, I always tend to find another athletic training student or preceptor to evaluate my patient to double check to determine if we both end up getting the same diagnosis, rather than being confident that I have made the correct diagnosis. Over the period of the spring semester I can help improve my weaknesses by continuing to work hard both in my classes and at my clinical rotations.