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kin1088a day eleven

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Kinesiology
Course Code
Kinesiology 1088A/B
Professor
Bob Larose

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Day Eleven 2012 Kinesiology 1088a – Dr. Bob LeRose – Room 4182 Thames Hall STRATEGIES FOR ENHANCING ADHERENCE - Encourage social support from significant others - Make the exercise enjoyable, use variety and music - Tailor the intensity, frequency, and duration to the individual - Exercise in a group o with a buddy - Reinforce success (e.g., attendance and participation) - Offer a choice of activities - Suggest keeping daily logs - Focus on dissociative (environmental) cues rather than associative (internal bodily) cues while exercising LEADERSHIP DEFINITION: a behavioural process of influencing individuals and groups toward set goals (Barrow, 1977) Leaders not only provide a VISION of what to strive for but also give the STRUCTURE, MOTIVATION, and SUPPORT to translate the vision into realty Two types- PRESCRIBED and EMERGENT (Latter tend to be more effective- respect and support of group) Two functions - Ensure demands of the organization are satisfied (meet goals and objectives) - Ensure the needs of the group members are satisfied (maximum opportunity to achieve success) Leaders are different from managers or instructors (see page.204) First looked at leadership by analyzing traits of successful leaders Then analyzed leader behaviours (what leaders do) More
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