AHW Putting It Into Action - Weeks 11&12
Choose one of the following activities to apply what you learned about your health and your healthy goal setting. Write a short paragraph (3 to 5 sentences) to describe what you did and learned from the activity selected. Report your Putting It Into Action results by email, fax or hard copy to your county Extension Office. Each team member who completes this by the deadline will earn 25 bonus points for the team.
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Option 1: Positive Influences - Make a list of people you spend the most time with and who influence your lifestyle choices. Which are positive and which are negative? What specific action steps can you take to increase the positive influences? What specific action steps can you take to decrease/over-ride the negative influences? Pick one reoccurring social or work situation and brainstorm ways to make positive choices for you and other like-minded people in the group. (For example, if you and coworkers have a lunch meeting every week perhaps you could suggest a place that serves healthier food options.)
Option 2: Physical Activity - You have been dedicated to fitting physical activity into your day during this challenge. Be mindful of continuing with this commitment by 1) making it a priority; 2) make it a convenient part of your day; 3) make it social by having an “exercise buddy”; 4) make it fun by doing things you enjoy; and 5) make it happen by being active in many places and in many ways. List three ways your social environment or people around you can help support your efforts.
Option 3: Meal Planning - Plan your meals for 4 days. Write a grocery list that includes everything you need for your planned meals. What did you discover about foods you eat: 1) do you tend to eat similar things each day; 2) could you add variety of foods; 3) what changes do you want to make in your planned meals?
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