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Motivating Fat Pastors

Motivating Fat Pastors

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Pastors are on average have 10% obesity rates than the average population. How do clinicians and exercise managers motivate pastors to have better fitness and health? In this 1800 word essay, I describe the right motivation and tools that can be used to motivate a pastor to become more fit.
Pastors are on average have 10% obesity rates than the average population. How do clinicians and exercise managers motivate pastors to have better fitness and health? In this 1800 word essay, I describe the right motivation and tools that can be used to motivate a pastor to become more fit.

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University of Waterloo
Applied Health Sciences
Motivating Fitness for a Pastor
Summer Ministry InternBuffalo, New YorkPrepared byAndrew D. Noble3a KinesiologySeptember 20, 2010
 
 
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Pastors must develop a specific motivation and fitness program for themselves. Thepurpose of this paper is to assess the demographic of protestant pastors, andprovide the correct motivation for them using the Disconnected Values(Intervention) Model as created by Anshel. Pastors work sedentary jobs, and tend tohave a higher rate of obesity and thus have an increased risk of diseases related toobesity. The Disconnected Values Model can motivate better physical weighttraining, flexibility, and exercise plans in pastors. Pastors can glorify God with theirbodies as they understand the importance of the body. There would be aninconsistency in their values if they did not adhere to this. Additionally, food canbecome a functional God for some pastors. This is a clear violation of the pastor’svalue of having no other God but the one true God. This paper demonstrates amotivational method to increase fitness, as to assist physicians and personaltrainers with pastor clients.
 
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