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1 CSUN & Half Dome “What’s Your Half Dome?”

2 Philosophy Providing physical activities for the community Foster healthy relationships Improve health Setting attainable goals

3 Expected Fitness Levels Children to adults Inexperienced to experienced Non-active to active EVERYONE!

4 Desired Outcomes Better overall health Learn how to establish reasonable goals Meet your set goals

5 “But Why?” What are some reasons to start a program like this one? “CSUN Half Dome” in Google   First link in the search engine, or  me/HalfDome.htm

6 PAR-Q If you are planning to increase physical activity, the PAR-Q is:  Quick and Easy, and an  Inexpensive assessment PAR-Q Form

7 How Can We Adapt? Carpooling Bus Rentals  “Urban hikes” (walks through neighborhoods) 

8 Checklist Water Snacks Sunscreen/Chap Stick Proper Shoes/Socks Trail Map/Guidebook Layered Clothing oors.com/camping/Act/ Hiking/Hikelist.htm

9 Conclusion… What is your Half Dome? Contact:

10 Nutrition

11 DON’T DIET, LIVE IT! Bottom line:  Weight loss can easily be achieved by fad diets. But weight comes back plus some. If you can’t live it, it won’t work. Exercise and choosing healthy foods is key to successful weight loss. Dieting doesn’t work! Living it does!

12 DIGEST THIS! Satiety  Balancing carbohydrates, fats, and proteins Mixed meals are important for sustaining energy  Whole foods vs juices Whole fruits and vegetables provide fiber that is lacking in juices Your body does not have to work to break down juice, so it is absorbed rapidly

13 DIGEST THIS! Hydration  Water’s function in the body Eliminates waste products Transports nutrients and oxygen Regulates body temperature Protects joints and tissues Prevents constipation Prevents dehydration

14 DIGEST THIS!  Recommended amount 64 oz water (general)  Fluid repletion Prehydrate  At least several hours before  Having a snack can also help retain needed fluid. During  As needed. Will differ per individual. After workouts  1.5L fluid for every kg body weight lost  Consuming a snack w/sodium can help retain water.

15 DIGEST THIS!  Sports drinks may not be needed Most contain high sugar and sodium Some athletes may need them depending on:  Duration  Intensity  Environmental factors

16 DIGEST THIS! Bottom line:  Eating a balanced diet from whole foods can help promote satiety.  Proper hydration and repletion is key for the body’s functions and optimal exercise.


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