2019 Fitness Goal:
Dream and dream big for your 2019 Fitness Goal! Well, that’s how New Year’s resolutions always start but now look back and check to see if you reached your 2019 fitness goal. Almost? Maybe? Maybe not? So, if you didn’t quite achieve the Beyoncé body that you dreamed of perhaps try to look back now and see what went wrong. Spring is around the corner and it’s the perfect time to do it all again.
Break that big dream into little bite-size steps and and achieve it! By setting bite-size goals and key steps you can turn your dreams into reality. To be successful, you need a plan. Success in the gym, is like your dream job, it doesn’t happen by accident or a because of a lucky break. Start taking control of your journey through life. Set goals for yourself and stay on track to reach them. Here are 7 ways to ensure you find the path that will substantially increase your odds of reaching your fitness goals.
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1 – Know your long-term goals:
Think about the future and what you want to accomplish. Perhaps you want to lose 12 over the next 12 months. Write it down and remind yourself of your pact with yourself. Hold yourself responsible and accountable for reaching that goal.
2 – Set short-term goals:
While writing long-term goals is a great start, achieving them requires detailing a number of steps to help get you there. 12 kilos in a year is a kilo a month is 250 grams per week. Not so daunting now.
3 – Make your goals measurable:
How do you think you can ensure you’re on the right path if you have no way of measuring the results? Your goals must be measurable. Make sure you are doing weekly weigh-ins ensures you stay on track with your short-term and long-term goals. If you realise that you aren’t on track to meet a short-term goal, then you know you’ll need to make some adjustments to get back on track. Restructure your diet plan or add more cardio to your regimen to burn more calories.
4 – Make your goals attainable:
Unrealistic goals set the stage for failure so setting an aggressive long-term goal can be counterproductive and may derail and frustrate you. You’re not going to drop 12 kilos overnight, no matter how badly you want to. It takes patience and persistence, and that has to be your built into your plan.
5 – Follow through with specific plans:
You’ll need to create a well thought out action plan for your short-term goals. Your diet plan should fit your short and long term weight loss plan. The plan should fit your schedule and allow you to work out a certain amount of days a week for a given period of time. Be specific about your training plans. Consult a personal trainer/nutritionist to help.
6 – Find intrinsic motivation:
Your heart moves your mind and moves your body. Don’t set goals for other people, set them for yourself.
7 – Reward yourself:
The process is a long journey so if you reluctantly drudge through every day miserable because you hate what you have to do and you see no light at the end of the tunnel, you’re far less likely to succeed. The process of reaching your goals and looking back on what you have accomplished is one of the best feelings you can ever experience. Make it happen, be proud, and never lose sight of your goals.