Exercise in a Personalized Health Plan
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This paper states that, in her personalized health plan, the author currently has no set exercise program and therefore wants to concentrate on creating and establishing a moderate exercise routine. Next, the author explains the problems created by not exercising and the benefits of exercising. The paper outlines the author's plan to develop a well balanced program that, along with a healthy diet, will not only stabilize her health but also improve many aspect of her physical and mental well being.
From the Paper:"Another key is finding a partner that can help me maintain my program as I help them. By scheduling runs or walks, or workouts at the gym, I will feel more obligated to go and the chance that I will skip a session for a frivolous reason will certainly lessen. Also the creation of a goal chart is an excellent tool for competing with yourself and striving to not only maintain but to improve your regime over time. This would lead to the creating of specific and measurable step in achieving this goal."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Davis, R. G. (2003). Runn!ng for Life: An Elementary Fitness Program. JOPERD--The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 74(4), 11+.
- Donatelle, Rebecca J. (2005) Health the basics. San Francisco : Pearson/Benjamin Cummings.
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