March 24, 2018
We should all have goals.
Starting your fitness journey without a goal would be similar to start running a race without knowing how far you will have to run beforehand.
It’s not impossible but it will make everything harder than necessary.
*Write down your goal.
Writing it down will make it easier to visualize.
You want to make the goal hard enough to challenge yourself but not so hard that you are likely to fail.
* Give yourself a end date.
With a end date you can plan ahead and do what’s necessary to get over the finish line in time.
*Set up one or two short-term goals.
A short term goal is just another way to check that you’re on the right track.
Long-term goal: To do 100 unassisted pull-ups before Labor Day 2018.
First short-term: 20 assisted pull-ups.
Time: 3 weeks in.
Second short-term: 50 unassisted pull-ups. Time: Mid June.
*Let someone know.
Another person can give you support and cheer you on thru out your journey.
Maybe they’ll even decide to join you.
This short check list will help you stay on track and see how you are doing thru out your journey towards the optimal You!
Be honest with yourself and understand a strong body isn’t built in a few months.
It’s a long journey so pace yourself.
If you need someone that can guide, hold you accountable for your promises to yourself and give you an extra nudge over that hill I always recommend to find a fitness professional near you!
To infinity and beyond.
You can do this!!