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Discussion on Behavior Change for Fitness, by Brian Sather, HWS298 Health/Fitness for Life class, Eastern Oregon University, October 29, 2009.
Starr (2009) emphasized the importance of mastering change in discussing concepts of Dr. Dean Ornish:
There is a continuum of responses expressed by typical statements of people when confronted with the need to change: Never–Someday–Soon–Maybe tomorrow–Perhaps later today–Shortly–Now. Between 70 and 80 percent of people who have to change their behavior for health reasons never get to "Soon" or beyond "Soon." (para. 9)
Change is something very, very difficult to people and is the main obstacle to developing better fitness.
Starr, M. K. (2009). Production and Operations Management, (2nd ed.). Independence, KY: Atomic Dog.
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