The school couldn't fit the Personal Fitness class into my daughter's schedule this year. She's currently pre-diabetic. If given her choice, she'd continue doing what she does, which would lead to more massive weight gain and full-blown diabetes. She recognizes the need to change what she's doing, but the process of changing it is difficult to plan and to develop the new habits.
At her request, I've agreed to try to figure out a program for her for this school year. She'll be in charge of her own food choices, while doing her fitness at home. A gym is not an option.
I'm asking for Gamma input on ideas. Both in what options she can choose from, as well as how it can be presented/explained to an SeFi.
I would prefer functional fitness ideas.
And a set of questions she can ask herself to aid her in determining what to change and how to change it.
I'm going for a set of skills and orientation towards lifelong habits that she can apply as needed. And one that is gradual change rather than a complete overhaul all at once.
I'm not looking for perfection, and don't want her to feel like a failure if she's not doing something perfectly. Iow, no all-or-nothing thinking.
Perhaps a system's way of approaching it or looking at it?
If she has a system's diagram for developing health/fitness, it would be like providing her with Ni+Te for a specific context that she can refer to as needed.
Where a small change here will lead to a larger change elsewhere, kind of thing.
Any ideas, Gammas?