You can exercise for long periods of time and get some modest results, but the real secret is putting a good amount of effort into your workouts to get the most out of them. It is about the intensity of your training, not how long you need to workout for. Make all of your workouts count and do the best that you can when regards to the amount of effort you instill. You want to exercise outside of your comfort zone so your body can go into hyper drive and respond by giving you RESULTS!
Oregon Personal Trainer
Culture: group that shares a norm, values, and goals
There may be issues of art and language skills
May have same influences
Racial: people with certain shared physical characteristics
Gender: sexual category, female or male
Class: socioeconomic class and the level in which you fall
Sexual Orientation: where is the level of attraction
Who you are attracted to
Spirituality/Religion: belief in a higher deity
Religion is usually organized, has place to go to
Age: specific time in regards to chronological
Age- wisdom in some and age- uselessness in others
Privilege: special advantage, benefit
enjoyed because you are a member of a certain group
as is it relates to gender, racial, education
(male over woman) or (anglo over others)
Above are all the lenses people see the world through and also the lens with how they identify themselves. Lenses change with each situation.
There are different cultural values in different regions in the US.
West coast V. middle America and northern ca V. southern ca
City V. rural and country to country (region)
Car bound is more isolating
Ethical Issues with Diversity
We have to be able to ask questions to understand how they experience the world because ours is different and theirs is accurate
We must understand that some decisions they are not what we would make
Do client no harm, so we need to work with diversity, treat everyone fairly; don’t align with member who matches your gender or align with member who has belief system or child to give them power.