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  1. stress management, goal setting, variety of activities, places to exercise, competitive events
  2. empathy
    eye contact
    undivided attention
    nonjudgmental
  3. eating disorder - afraid of gaining weight even though at least 15% below for weight age and height
  4. parking far
    biking to work
    use a pedometer
  5. drink before physical activity to prevent dehydration
    sport drinks give carbohydrates - help provide muscle with fuel
  6. BMI >30 obesity
    WHR > 90cm (female > 100 (male)
  7. learn through seeing, demonstration; alignment cuing
  8. learn by direct involvement, moving, experiencing
  9. term used to describe a collection of tissues (muscle,bone etc...) other than fat that make up the total body weight
  10. eating disorder - characterized by cycles of overeating and purging or other compensatory behaviors
  11. amenorrhea (absent menstration), osteoporosis (bone degeneration), and eating disorders (anorexia/bulimia)
  12. transports enzymes, fluid balance, enzyme synthesis
    4 cals/g
  13. insulation from extreme temperatures, cushion for concussion forces, satiety, carrier of essential nutrients
    9 cals/g
  14. goal setting; connecting goals to deeper motivation; adopt a being curious attitude, ask clients what they are willing to do; create manageable weekly goals between sessions; focus on what is working
  15. identify outside factors that support a desire to attain a goal
  16. should be immediate
  17. should be nonthreatening, objective, clarifying, reflective, and supportive
  18. proportion of fat and fat-free mass
  19. motivational interviewing, disadvantages of current behavior, and advantage to change
  20. preferred fuel, quick energy source, protein sparring, oxidation of fat, storage forms
    4 cals/g
  21. 1. fat, oils & sweets: use sparingly
    2. milk, yogurt &cheese 2-3 servings;
    3. meat, poultry, fish, dry beans, nuts, eggs: 2-3 servings;
    4. fruits: 3-5 serv;
    5. veggies: 3-5 serv.
    6. bread, cereal, rice, & pasta: 6-11 serv
  22. belief in capability to physically complete the task
  23. belief in the capability to exercise regularly in the face of common barriers
  24. learn through hearing, verbal instruction