Critical Reflections Essay

 a. Read “Run for Your Life: How to Run, Walk and Move without Pain or Injury” by Mark Cucuzzella.  

 b. Write a 7-9 page double-spaced paper (not including the cover), which includes your name, squadron and date on the cover, using the following format

Introduction: Paragraph to inform the reader what you will present (e.g. the point of the essay,

with 3 main points, and conclusion you hope to draw).

Body: Develop the points, one by one, using several paragraphs per point. 

Each paragraph containing a Relevant introductory sentence, a few sentences to develop the introductory sentence and a concluding sentence which transitions into the next paragraph.

Conclusion: A paragraph or two (max), that summarizes the points and provides your conclusion.

b. Write a 7-9 page double-spaced paper (not including the cover), which includes your name, squadron and date on the cover, using the following format:

Introduction: Paragraph to inform the reader what you will present (e.g. the point of the essay, with 3 main points, and conclusion you hope to draw).

Body: Develop the points, one by one, using several paragraphs per point. Each paragraph containing a Relevant introductory sentence, a few sentences to develop the introductory sentence and a concluding sentence which transitions into the next paragraph 

Conclusion: A paragraph or two (max), that summarizes the points and provides your

conclusion.

 c. Address 1 through 3 below in your paper:

 1) Identify at least four principles presented in the book and describe in what ways they are relevant to BMT. 

2) Using concepts presented in the book, describe specific things you can do to help your trainees adopt a lifetime of healthy practices during BMT. 

3) Using concepts presented in the book, describe specific things you can do to help your trainees adopt a lifetime of healthy practices after BMT.

 4) (OPTIONAL) Address any other aspect of the book you’d like to highlight from a personal perspective