Intervention portfolio

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|Health Lifestyle and Exercise Behaviour Intervention Portfolio |
|Intervention Portfolio|
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|09007627|
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|11/26/2010 |

|Word Count: 2020|

Contents

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Theoretical basis 3

Intervention 4

Week 1 4

Week 2 5

Week 3 6

Week 4 7

Adherence and Maintenance 8

Evaluation9

References 11

Theoretical Basis

The purpose of the project was to apply the stages and processes of change towards physical exercise in a sedentary person. The theoretical basis of the project was the transtheoretical model of Prochasca and DiClemente (1983). The stages of change are five categories that reflect the intentions and actions of the person with respect tohealth and exercise. The design of the project will explore a 31 years of age sedentary person, who was chosen for project convenience and suitability. Questionnaires were applied: Exercise Motivation Inventory-2 (EMI-2), Intrinsic Motivation Inventory (IMI), General Self Efficacy Scale (GSE) and Low Self Esteem Inventory (LSEI). These questionnaires helped guide the client through the stages ofthe model applied (stages: pre-contemplation, contemplation, preparation, action and maintenance). The client is motivated to seek help because he wants to improve; self confidence, general well being, and to become and maintain physical fitness.

In order to build a good psychological base in the subject and to avoid regressions and reinforce progression and maintenance, we took intoconsideration; self talk techniques (Gammage et al., 2001) where habitual negative thoughts may be consciously influenced to improve emotional responses to challenge that may be perceived as difficult by the client (Hardy, 2006). We would hope to observe increased self-efficacy, self esteem and motivation progressively in each stage of change while managing anxiety with motivational Interviewing (MI), thiswill be useful in raising awareness towards the positive out- comes of maintaining healthy behaviour and exercise goals (decision balance) at the initial stages. It is important to be aware that the transition from one stage to another is not always linear. Our subject may experience psychological regression or relapse during the process of becoming active; regular feed back and reviews will help...
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