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Kin 199 Notes for 1/19

by: Rani Vance

Kin 199 Notes for 1/19 KIN199

Rani Vance
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rani Vance on Saturday January 23, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to KIN199 at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa taught by Brett Nickerson in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see Ecological Approach to Health & Fitness in Kinesiology at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa.

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Date Created: 01/23/16
Kin 199 Notes for 1/19 Introduction to Wellness, Fitness, and Lifestyle Management Health: overall condition of a person’s body or mind & the presence or absence of illness or injury -factors beyond your control such as genes, age, and family history Wellness: refers to optimal health & vitality -determined by the decisions you make **KNOW THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THESE TWO** The 6 Dimensions of Wellness Process of achieving wellness is constant and dynamic involving change & growth -Physical Wellness: fitness level and ability to care for yourself, absence of disease Important: main goal is to keep body healthy Barriers: time, money -Emotional wellness: attending to thoughts & feelings, monitoring reactions, identify obstacles to emotional stability -Intellectual wellness: never stop learning, challenge mind detect problems, find solutions & direct behavior -Intellectual wellness: never stop learning, challenge mind, detect problems, find solutions, and direct behavior -Interpersonal wellness: develop supportive relationships Barriers: social anxiety, shy, important for a job to be able to communicate with coworkers -Spiritual wellness: helps guide through your life, doesn’t have to be religion, not necessarily religion, could be to focus on the positive aspects of life -Environmental wellness: livability of your surroundings -Occupational wellness: level of happiness & fulfillment you gain through your work -Financial wellness: ability to live within your means Leading cause of death: heart disease -tobacco & obesity contribute some of the leading causes of death Wellness related to gender, race, ethnicity, income, and education Lack of physical fitness: can lead to low bone density, diabetes, heart disease etc Most people are moved by short-term goals & want to see goals achieved immediately Self-efficacy: belief in one’s ability ** know the stages of change: -procontemplation -contemplation -preparation -action -maintenance


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