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A client has been journaling their behavior. They find that if they get home and sit on the couch to watch television, they do not end up exercising. But if they bring their gym clothes to work with them and change before leaving the office, they are more likely to exercise. Which behavior change technique are they using?
Which of the following is true about body image?
Body image may not match reality, and people may view their bodies in a negative way and evaluate themselves inaccurately.
The impact that family members, peers, or coworkers have over someone's decision to exercise describes which of the following terms?
Which communication technique allows the fitness professional to show appreciation of a client's strengths?
Which scenario best demonstrates companionship support?
Coordinating group events that are centered around physical activities
What type of imagery occurs when a client imagines health-related outcomes?
What stage of change is a person in if they are planning on exercising within the next 6 months?
Self-esteem and body image are said to have which type of relationship?
If a Certified Personal Trainer helps a client improve their technique by using guided practice to enhance confidence, what determinant of behavior are they targeting?
A client is asked, "Why do you want to lose weight?" This is an example of what kind of question?
Social physique anxiety is more prevalent in which population?
At which stage of change are self-efficacy levels generally the highest?
The role of psychology in fitness and wellness is strongly rooted in which area?
Which type of support describes the actions that a person takes to help another person engage in exercise?
Which of the following is a question that may provoke resistance?
What makes you think you are not at risk?
Providing encouragement and being empathetic is an example of which type of social support?
Which of the following is an example of a client's intrinsic motivation for exercise?
Exercising because it is fun
Intentions are a good predictor of behavior, but what has been shown to help translate intentions into behavior?
Which source of social support for exercise is the most influential for children and adolescents?
Which of the following would be considered a process goal?
Run three times a week
Which type of support is the most common provided by a fitness professional?
Unrealistic goals can become a barrier when which of the following happens?
When goals are not adjusted
Which of the following is an open-ended question?
What has prevented you from reaching your goals in the past?
A client who has been training for 6 months has recently moved farther from the fitness facility. Which barrier should she be preparing to overcome?
The number of sidewalks available in a community is an example of which of the following?
The built environment
What type of imagery involves focusing on exercise form?
The social standing of a person or group that includes education, income, and occupation describes which term?
This is a conversational technique that helps the listener express the supposed meaning of what was just heard.
Which type of professionals are qualified to counsel individuals who are diagnosed with depression, using exercise as a supplemental treatment?
Psychologist or psychiatrist
Having an informal role in an exercise group is demonstrated by which example?
Planning social gatherings for the group
Not having someone to exercise with would be an example of which type of barrier?
Lack of social support
What term is defined as the generic modifiable factors that impact behavior?
When a client makes a plan, such as, "When I am done with work, I will run for 30 minutes," what are they doing?
Forming an implementation intention
Which source of social support has been shown to be particularly important for older adults?
A long-term client has recently indicated that she wants to start training for a fitness competition and, due to her competitive nature, she indicates that she wants to win. Which type of motivation is driving her?
Extrinsic motivation is centered around rewards and recognition. It relies on looking forward to something if a specific behavior is achieved.
A client has thoughts that they cannot exercise on their own, that they look silly doing it, and that other people are watching them. They believe these thoughts to be true. What is occurring?
What type of listening involves making a best guess as to what the speaker means, then stating it back to the speaker?
Which barrier is most often cited as a top barrier among most individuals?
Lack of time
Which behavior change technique allows individuals to identify external triggers that lead them to behave in certain ways?
When a client indicates that she finds it difficult to complete a workout on her own, she is likely in need of which type of support?
A benefit of being part of an exercise group includes comradery, which is described by which of the following statements?
Participants are forming connections with people who are attempting to achieve similar results, while experiencing feelings of friendship, closeness, and loyalty.
Loaning some exercise bands to a client who is scheduled to go on vacation is an example of which type of social support?
What stage of change is a person in if they are not planning on exercising within the next 6 months?
What stage of change is a person in if they have been exercising consistently for 6 months or longer?
Which statement best demonstrates empathy?
I know that finding time to exercise is hard. I struggle to get it done sometimes as well.
What is the practice of identifying a negative inner narrative and replacing it with positive statements?
Reverse listing occurs when a person replaces negative self-talk with positive statements.
Adjusting daily priorities is a strategy to overcome which of the following barriers?
Lack of time
What part of a SMART goal involves being able to track progress?
A new client has indicated that they are exercising due to advice from their physician, but they are generally amotivated. What would be the best choice for the personal trainer in their initial meeting?
Inquire further about what their motives are for participating.
Which barrier to exercise is most likely to be associated with body image issues?
Social physique anxiety
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What are the 3 aspects of Motivation?
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