Self-assessment towards Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

Self-assessment towards Health Promotion and Disease Prevention.
Physical activity can help improve health and prevent disease, but it can be hard to keep up with the plan if you’re not driven enough. Self-evaluation and setting SMART objectives, which the physical exercise program can help with, are two ways to get motivated. On my self-evaluation, I saw that my BMI was too high since I was too heavy. This is mostly due to my bad diet, which is mostly made up of fast food because it is easy to get. Since I live alone, it’s hard for me to make a healthy lunch for one. I also found out that my back pain was caused by me sitting for a long time without moving around. I know that these two things I do every day are bad for my health in the long run. I have been alive for 24 years and weigh 158 pounds. I want to keep my weight at a healthy 143 pounds. To reach my target, I plan to work hard to drop at least 2 pounds per week. If I do this, I’ll weigh 143 pounds in 7 weeks. In line with what Street, Wells, and Hills (2015) say about exercises, I will start with simple ones and then go on to more difficult ones.

Concerning my back pain, I plan to start doing healthy back exercises and spend less time sitting each day.The exercises will become part of the plan to lose weight. So, it won’t seem like there are so many things to do to promote health. Lox, Ginis, and Petruzzello (2016) say that it can be hard and difficult to do so many health promotion and disease prevention actions at once. Most of the time, the clients don’t have the drive to do all of them. My main goal is to get a healthier, more fit body so that I don’t look too old for my age.Plan for physical activity


The result you want

Having goals and aims



The 158 pounds of extra weight.

In 7 weeks, she lost 143 pounds.

After 7 weeks, the goal is to weigh 143 pounds.

The goal is to lose at least two pounds a week.

Work out in the gym for 30 to 45 minutes three times a week.

Every night after work, you walk home.

If you don’t want to eat junk food at school, bring healthy snacks with you.

On the weekends, make a healthful supper.

The workout in the morning and the walk in the evening both need energy. So, it’ll help me lose some weight.

Healthy snacks will help me get the nutrients I need and keep me full so I don’t want to eat fast food.

I will keep track of everything I eat and how often I work out. At the conclusion of every week, I will measure my weight to see how well I did.

Back pain

You won’t have any back ache.

By the conclusion of the seven weeks, to have no back discomfort.

Do yoga and stretching exercises after I work out at the gym in the morning.

Stretching helps relax the muscles by releasing the tension that has built up in them.

I will feel my back to see how tight it is and how much agony it is in.Problems and ways to solve them

Getting to the final goal can be hard because of personal problems. I don’t have enough time to go to the gym, especially on days when I have school tests. I also have less incentive to get up and go to the gym, and I don’t have regular support along the way. (Awadalla et al., 2014). To get around these possible problems, I would keep track of my daily routine and stop doing things that waste time so I could have time to work exercise. I would also join a local physical activity club for accountability and inspiration, especially on days when I don’t have the energy to work out.

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