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Design a personal fitness training programme. Personal information to help programme design. Personal goals Aims Objectives Lifestyle and physical activity history Medical history questionnaire Attitudes and personal motivation. SMARTER Goals.
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Personal information to help programme design Personal goals Aims Objectives Lifestyle and physical activity history Medical history questionnaire Attitudes and personal motivation
SMARTER Goals Its important to set some targets for your programme Short-Term From 1 day to 1 month Medium Term Weeks/months Support toward achieving long-term goals Long-term (E.g.) Win an Olympic medal
Brainstorm Long term goals for your sport Example: To run 10 miles without stopping in less than an hour
Medium term goals for your sport Example: To run 6 miles without stopping in 4 months
Short term goals for your sport Example: To train three times a week for at least 20 minutes for the first three weeks
SMARTER principle S – Specific E.g. Improve aerobic endurance M- Measurable E.g. Improve 800m time by 10 secs. A – Achievable R – Realistic T – Time-related
SMARTER principle Exciting Motivates you to achieve the goal, something that you want to achieve Recorded Something that you can measure/note/write/type
Aims What you want to attain at the end of the programme E.g. To improve aerobic endurance
Objectives How you will get to the aim E.g. 2 circuit sessions per week, 2 continuous runs per week
Lifestyle and physical activity history Current activity levels Past activity levels Activities participated in How often? PAR –Q
Checking my PARQ Medical history? Attitude question? Motivation questions? Use page 87 of your book to help you
Attitudes and personal motivation Are you motivated towards fitness/exercise? Is it something that you will be committed to doing? Do you have a positive attitude towards exercise? Are there certain activities that you do/don’t like?