Learners participate in circuit stations to practice self-regulation of emotions.
Take control of your mood and make a fit choice!
Say: Let’s be actors! We will act out a fit choice for each situation.
Feelings put you in a mood, and your mood influences your choices. Your mood is either “I will” ("I will make a fit choice.") or “I won’t” ("I won’t make a fit choice.").
If your mood is “I won’t,” you can decide to do something and not let it influence your fit choices.
The number one thing you need to know is that you have power to manage your mood.
When you decide not to let an “I won’t” mood influence your choices, you are motivating your mood! Today we are going to learn about fit choices you can make when you decide to motivate your mood.
In this edition of the Sanford fitSports video series, we’ll see how a healthy attitude, proper mechanics, and body movements are influential when fielding in baseball. To learn more about keeping competitive sports fun, check out the article: Help Your Player Cope with Sports-Induced Stress.Watch Video