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Chapter Three Goal Setting for Teenagers Nothing can stop people with the right mental attitude from achieving their goals.
Objectives zHow can you take more responsibility for your health and fitness? zWhat are goals? zWhat is goal setting? zWhat is the difference between long-term and short-term goals? zWhat are the steps necessary for successful goal setting?
Chapter 3 Value zGoal setting is a process that can help provide guidance to improve yourself. It is a simple process, but one that has excellent potential to help you achieve new levels of accomplishment. zGoal setting does not just apply to personal fitness. The process applies to all aspects of your life. Specific steps are presented that will help you become a proficient goal setter.
Vocabulary process designed to motivate people to make changes in their lifestyles and increase self- improvement goals that take a long time, perhaps years, to reach goals that can be reached in a short period of time tools used to organize and plot the course to a major goal goal setting — long-term goals — short-term goals — time lines —
Teen Years zTransition period zConfusing, frustrating for some zPositive and negative experiences zMore responsibility
Taking Control of Health and Fitness zHappiness and success depend on choices you make zRealistic goals require effort zGoal setting helps you realize more of your potential Objective
What Are Goals? zAnything you desire zServe as a guide zHealth-related fitness goals Objective
What Is Goal Setting? zProcess that can help you improve and feel good about yourself zLong-term goals — take a long time to reach, usually general zShort-term goals — help you attain long- term goals, reached in short time, usually specific Objective Vocabulary
Goal Setting Is Like a Ladder Top rung = long-term goal Other rungs = short-term goals Objective
Goal-Setting Steps 1. Desire 2. Belief in yourself 3. Analyze where you are now 4. Set realistic goals 5. Write detailed goals 6. List benefits you will receive Objective 1 of 2
Goal-Setting Steps 7. Identify obstacles 8. Identify knowledge you will need 9. Make a plan of action 10. Develop a time line 11. Monitor your progress 12. Never give up Objective 2 of 2 Vocabulary
Goal Setting in Action Case Study Jodi 15 year old 10th grader 5’4’’, 128lbs. mile run- 25th percentile (12:21 min) zFitness Goals y10lbs in 9 weeks yrun mile 2:15 faster (50th percentile)
Benefits of Jodi’s Goals zImproved appearance zLess self-conscious about weight zFeel good about self for achieving goals zMore physically fit and confident in P.E. zWear at least one size smaller clothes zMore confident about tackling other challenges in life
Goal 1 - Lose 10 lbs. zMonitor food and drink intake for 3 days zLimit fast food to <2 times/week and make healthy choices zReduce junk food, replace with healthy snacks zEat at least 2 fruits, 3 veggies per day
Goal 2 - Improve Mile Run zBuy comfortable shoes zWalk/jog 3 times/week for 15min. at school zCycle/tennis 2 times/week with friend zJog continuously 15min. and reduce mile time 1 min. by end of week five zIncrease training runs to 20min by end week 6 zRetake test and achieve 50th% by week 9
Did Jodi Succeed? Yes! zReasons 3desire and belief 3assessed herself 3identified benefits 3specific plan with specific time line 3monitor progress 3did not give up
Summary zLong-term goals zShort-term goals zSteps in goal setting
Objectives What are goals? What is goal setting? How can setting goals help you take control of your health and fitness? What is the difference between long-term and short-term goals? What are the steps necessary for successful goal setting?
Study Questions zThe following is a list of some things that you might do as you work toward your goals. zChoose “T” if the statement describes something that will help you achieve your goals. zChoose “F” if it describes something that will not help you achieve your goals.
Study Questions True or False yI avoid setting time lines. yI list benefits I will receive. yI write my goals down in detail. yI do not worry about obstacles I may face. yI identify how I will benefit from accomplishing my goal.
Study Questions Discussion yWhat are the steps necessary for successful goal setting? yIdentify five goals that you would like to accomplish this year.