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1

what is the progression of the following stages of change:
preparation
action
contemplation
precontemplation
maintenance

precontemplation
contemplation
preparation
action
maintenance

2

Goals should be SMART)
S _____________
M_____________-
A______________
R______________
T_______________

Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely

3

Talk about both __________ and ____________ past exercise experiences to identify what works and what doesn't work.

Positive and negative

4

Being able to have an intelligent converstion around the client's health concerns and how exercise can help can be ________________ for a client to move toward exercise.

motivating

5

________________ are not only motivating for clients but they also provede the foundation for exercise prescription.

Health concerns

6

Hear the client's concerns, and show _____________ for your client.

empathy

7

_________- reduction is one of the primary reasons people stick to an exercise program.

stress reduction

8

the need to give good advice can get it the way of being able to ________ and the ability to get to know clients and what their needs are.

listen

9

research has proven that what is more important than advice is how people engage and __________ with their clients.

connect

10

a ______ goal is one that is clearly defined in such a way that anyone could understan what the intended outcome is. Goals should contain a detailed description of what is to be accomplished; when a client wants to accomplish it by; and the action that will be taken to accomplish it.

Specific

11

Goals need to be quantifiable. Establish a way to asseess the progress toward each goal. If a goal cannot be ________, a client cannot manage it.

Measured

12

_________ goals are the right mix of goals that are chellening, but not extreme. Goals that are too easily acoomplished do not stretch a client or make him or her grow as a person because they are not challenging enough.

Attainable

13

To be ________, a goal must represent an abjective toward which an individual is both willing and able to work. a goal is probably _______ if the individual truly believes that it can be accomplished. Another way to know is to determine whether a client has accomplished anything similar in the past or to ask what conditions would have to exist to accomplish this goal.

realistic

14

A goal should always have a specific date of completion. The date should be realistic but not too distant in the future. For example, set goals that can be achieved and in 3 months.

Timely

15

Cognitive strategies include ________ _________-and _________

positive self talk, psyching up, imagery

16

help clients become aware of ____________ by making a list of any negative thoughts they might have around exercise.

negative thought

17

help clients come up with a list of _________ they might use with regard to exercise.

positive thought

18

train your clients to notice _________ thoughts, stop them, and translate them into something positive from the list of positive thoughts you generated.

negative

19

the process created to produce internalized experiences to support or enhance exercise participation.

exercise imagery