1. Did your workouts impact your stress level? Why or why not? My workouts did impact my stress level. People can exercise to reduce their stress levels by sweating. The anger usually gets released through the intensity of action and moving. Exercise is a great way to let out one’s anger, which lessens the stress level. 2. What additional activities could you include in your workout routine to improve your stress level? Once a friend recommended me how stretching can be an activity that relaxes the tensions and the moods.
I prefer to add stretching to include in my workout routine. 3. Do you believe your workouts impact your self-image? Why or why not? My workout does impact my self-image because I am more confident about my body. With the proper exercise weekly, I am more confident in my physical appearance. Even though the weight loss in not as important as the improvement of a healthy diet, I am proud to admit that I love the body I am having. 4. Does meeting or exceeding your goals impact your self-image?
Why or why not? Meeting my goals does impact my self-image. I love the fact that I actually followed the schedule and did what I was supposed to do in a period of time. It makes me feel like I actually achieved an important goal. It can also be a self esteem boost. 5. Search the web to identify a motivational quote that inspires you to maintain or strengthen your self-image. Include the quote and the source of your quote. Why will this quote help you with your self-image?
This quote helps me with my self-image because I always wanted something that I can’t possibly achieve. I thought being like the others will help me fit in better in high school. No matter how much I changed physically and mentally, I can’t possibly please everyone. I thought I was weak, and ugly, but then I realized the most important thing is how I view myself. Changing oneself to make the others happy is the loneliest thing in the world. Fitness Test Comparison: (worth 20 points) 1.
Repeat the body composition fitness test from the Getting Started lesson. 2. Compare your original body composition result (body mass index or BMI) with your current body composition result (body mass index or BMI). Write out your original score and status, along with your current score and status. Original score _____24. 4_____ Current score ___24________ 3. Did your results improve? Why or why not? I did improve on my body mass index, but it is not a big improvement. I don’t really know why though. I think it is just the way I eat.