How Are You Doing So Far?
Congratulations, you are now completing the fourth week of Designing Your Personal Weight Loss Plan. So at this point in time its good to step back and reflect on the goals that you put together so far for yourself, and really ask yourself if this plan seems like it will work for you. Time specifically you've taken care of pretty much as we set these goals but you want to pause, review, reflect, and ask yourself, will this plan work for you?
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Congratulations, you are now completing the fourth week of Designing Your Personal Weight Loss Plan. It’s time to pause and reflect on all of the goals and plans that you put into place so far. Here are the learning objectives for today’s lesson. Learners will evaluate their weight loss plan to date In terms of weight loss goal, calorie intake, diet quality, and exercise goals using SMART goals. Learners will revise their overall plan based on review and reflection of all previous worksheets. You have set many goals for yourself in the past four weeks. Some of them will be easy for you to meet, and some might be a little more difficult. So let’s take a step back and review all of the goals that you have set so far. This quote from C.S. Lewis gives us the reason why it’s important to pause and reflect at the end of this fourth week. C.S. Lewis said progress means getting nearer to the place you want to be. And if you have taken a wrong turn, then to go forward does not get you any nearer. So at this point in time its good to step back and reflect on the goals that you put together so far for yourself, and really ask yourself if this plan seems like it will work for you. So let’s take a look now at all the worksheets that we’ve completed so far in this MOOC. You have your goal weight worksheet from week 1, lesson 1. You have a worksheet with exercise goals from week 1, lesson 2. For calorie goal and food group goal that we learned about in week 2, lesson 1, you can use your 5 day menu assignment. You set grocery shopping goals in week 2, lesson 2 and self monitoring goals on your worksheet in week 3, lesson 2. We also worked through a triggers worksheet, naming triggers that were most likely to be problematic for you, and naming strategies that might help you conquer those triggers. We did this in week 4, lesson 1. So let’s take time now to lay out all of these worksheets and for you to look at all of these goals that you’ve set for yourself. You want to ask yourself if these goals are specific, measurable, are they attainable and realistic for you? Time specifically you’ve taken care of pretty much as we set these goals but you want to pause, review, reflect, and ask yourself, will this plan work for you? Is it realistic? Is it something that you can follow through? For the next six to 12 months. As you review and reflect on the goals that you’ve set for yourself, you may want to make some revisions. You may want to increase the amount of exercise. You might want to adjust the calorie level. You might want to decrease the amount of weight that you wants to lose to make it more realistic for you. Anyone of this goals can be changed, and we want to make those changes now before we move forward and implement our plan. In making revisions to your goals, you may want to get some advise. Why don’t you try explaining your weight loss plan, using your worksheets, to one or two key support people. Ask them if they think these goals are realistic for you. Try imagining yourself going through a week of following through with all of these goals. Make your final revisions and know that you will make more revisions when you start implementing your personal weight loss plan. But taking a look back, going through all the goals in their entirety right now is a good plan for making sure that you can move forward when implementing your personal weight loss plan.
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