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What is possible in the long-term if you stretch all your limits?

Complete the following questions based on your exercise interests, or professional-career goals (e.g., to become a physical therapist). 

1. Dream goal (long-term): What is your long-term dream goal? What is possible in the long-term if you stretch all your limits?

 

 

 

2. Dream goal (this year): What is your dream goal for this year? What is possible if you stretch all your limits this year?

 

 

 

3. Realistic performance goal (this year): What is a realistic performance goal that you can achieve this year, based on your present skill level, your potential for improvement, and your current motivation?

 

 

 

4. Monthly goal: Set a personal goal that you feel you can achieve within the next month. Name one goal you would like to focus on with special intensity.

 

 

 

5. Next class goal: Set a personal goal that you feel you can achieve by the end of your next class . Name one goal you would like to focus on with special intensity.

 

Activity 15.2 Prioritizing Your Subjective Goals

· Identify six of your most important general subjective goals, and enter them in the Subjective goals column.

· Then reflect on the goals and prioritize them, placing an X in column A (being most important), column B (being somewhat important), and column C (being less important). All of your goals should not have the same priority (so use at least one B and one C).

 

Subjective goals A B C
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Activity 15.3 Analyzing Your Goals

· List five of your goals for exercise experiences.

· For each goal, assess whether it conforms to each of the goal-setting principles listed by placing an X in the appropriate columns. Many of your goals may conform to two or more principles each.

· Using your analysis, and in the spaces provided following the table, describe your goal-setting strengths and weaknesses.

 

Goals Performance Realistic Specific Short-term Individual
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Strengths-

 

 

 

 

 

Weaknesses-

Activity 15.4 Overcoming Common Goal-Setting Problems

· Indicate which of the following problems you feel you will encounter in achieving the goals you set in the previous activity by putting an X in the Yes (you think you will experience difficulty) or No (you do not foresee having a problem) column.

· Note at least one strategy you could use to avoid or overcome the identified problem.

 

Problem Will experience problem?
  Yes No
Convincing yourself to actually set goals    
Strategy for overcoming or avoiding problem:

 

 

 

Failing to set specific goals    
Strategy for overcoming or avoiding problem:

 

 

 

Setting too many goals too soon    
Strategy for overcoming or avoiding problem:

 

 

 

Failing to adjust goals    
Strategy for overcoming or avoiding problem:

 

 

 

Failing to set performance and process goals    
Strategy for overcoming or avoiding problem:

 

 

 

Not providing for follow-up and evaluation    
Strategy for overcoming or avoiding problem:

 

 

 

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