ENHANCING YOUR BEHAVIORAL TOOLKIT by Janet Buckworth,Ph.D.,FACSM central step in relapse prevention is identifying high-risk growing frequency to do nothing unless he or she can follow situations. These are internal and external events that his or her exact fitness routine, the behavioral consistency that challenge a client’s confidence in sustaining the target A supports adherence to a healthy behavior is hampered, and behavior. Having a plan B to manage disruptions to an exercise the risk of stopping completely increases. Helping clients incor- routine is an important skill for decreasing the risk of stopping a porate flexibility into their plans from the very start is a good program; this was covered in the last Enhancing Your Behavioral tool for moderating all-or-none thinking and behavior. Certainly, Toolkit column. This time, we’ll consider other things that increase having a plan B (1) is important, but the fitness professional the risk of stopping a healthy routine and how to help someone should encourage clients to set up plans that include parameters prevent or cope with them. These concepts and strategies are such as “at least,”“between,” and “or” in designing an exercise based on the relapse prevention model, which was developed or diet program.
ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal – Wolters Kluwer Health
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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