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Chapter 19 - Lifestyle Modification and Behavioral Coaching
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How much time does a fitness professional have to make a first impression?
Make eye contact, introduce yourself, smile, shake hands, remember client names, use positive body language
What 6 actions can be taken to make a positive first impression?
Look professional, build relationships, listen, maintain confidentiality, ensure safety
What qualities are important to emphasize as a personal trainer?
Number of options, support from outside environment, convenience and location, cost
What are 4 key predictors of exercise participation and adherence?
Precontemlation, contemplation, preparation, action, maintenance, termination
What are the transtheoretical model stages of change?
People at this stage of change have no intention to change, don't exercise, and won't start exercising in the next 6 months
People at this stage of change don't exercise, but are thinking about starting within the next 6 months
People at this stage of change exercise occasionally, plan to make it a regular thing within the next month, and may have unrealistic expectations
People at this stage are regularly exercising, but have not maintained the behavior for at least 6 months
The people in this stage of change have been regularly exercising for at least 6 months, but still may be tempted to return to old unhealthy habits
The stage at which there is no more risk of relapsing back to old unhealthy habits
Openness, friendliness, and warmth
Body language should always display a sense of what three characteristics?
What provides motivation for exercise and the foundation for exercise prescription?
What is one of the primary reasons a person sticks to an exercise program?
What is the next step after the first impression and discussing health concerns?
What can lead to injury or a client dropping out of an exercise program?
The aspect of a relationship characterized by similarity, agreement, or congruity
Initial session fitness assessments
What includes measurements of body composition, cardiorespiratory fitness, and movement quality?
Closed-ended (Directive) questions
Type of questions that can be answered with one word; or a simple, yes/no
Open-ended (nondirective) questions
Questions that cannot be answered with a simple yes or no ad allow clients to give more info
Communication using spoken words
What someone is thinking, reflected in body language
Effective communication skills
Explaining procedures and expectations, being sensitive to clients feelings, consistency, and positivity are all examples of what?
Pay attention, avoid distractions, look the speaker in the eye, provide feedback when the speaker is finished
What are the elements of active listening?
Technique to make sure a client understood what was said in order to communicate understanding
Draws all important points of a conversations together and allows clients to clarify what was said
Positive comments showing appreciations for a client's thoughts, plans, or skills
Instrumental, emotional, informational, companionship
What are 4 primary kinds of support?
Practical factors, like transportation to the gym or a spotter when lifting, are examples of what kind of support?
Encouragement, caring, empathy, concern, and praise
How is emotional support best expressed?
The directions, advice, suggestions, and feedback given to a client by the fitness professional
Family, friends, and coworkers that positively impact exercise adherence
Busy schedule (lack of time), poor social support, low self confidence
What are 3 primary barriers to exercise?
Lower motivation, decreased self esteem, don't provide sense of success
What are 3 barriers to exercise that come from unrealistic goals?
Social physique anxiety
The misperception overemphasizing the difference between ones own body type and others.
Improve quality of life
What is the primary motivation for clients to use the services of health and fitness professionals?
After what length of time do many individuals drop out from exercising?
Self management, goal setting, self monitoring
What are 3 behavioral strategies to improve exercise adherence?
The ability to look at one's thoughts, behaviors, and emotions and change what isn't working
Specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, timely
For what does the SMART goal acronym stand?
Goals that are challenging but not extreme
What function does an exercise log serve for exercise adherence?
Strategies that aim to change a client's thoughts and attitudes towards exercise
Positive self talk, imagery
What are some strategies to increase exercise adherence?
Process that produces internalized experiences to support exercise adherence by visualizing things that pertain to goal attainment
Confidence, muscular control, positive feelings and outcomes
What are 3 things the use of imagery enhances during exercise?
Promotes positive mood, reduces stress, improves sleep, reduces depression, reduces anxiety
What are 5 psychological benefits of exercise?
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