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It is easy to get caught up in setting goals that are unsustainable and unrealistic, then when we fail, we feel worse about ourselves.
However, with the right advice on how to do fitness goal setting, we can have real, positive change.
A big mistake when setting a fitness goal is to do too much at one time. You may want to go to the gym every day, cut out added sugar and get eight hours of sleep a night. With so many new goals, people get anxious, and if they fail at one, they feel like they failed in every goal.
It is ea...
You can feel inspired and envy the images of the super fit. But basing your own goals on what you see others achieving is not productive.
Top athletes can do things such as running a marathon or doing 100 push-ups. While it is great for them, it is not the goal that everyone should ...
A measurable and clear goal allows you to track it. Wanting to be stronger is too vague. Saying you want to do 20 push-ups in one minute makes it specific.
If the goal is also time-bound, you can develop a more structured p...
Your goals should seem easy and within reach. You should feel very confident that you can achieve your goal.
The more success you have in your fitness journey, the more confident you will become, encouraging you to keep at it.
Be realistic with the time frame you develop for reaching your goal.
Pick a goal you can achieve over the course of several months or a year. A long-term goal will help you see it as a lifestyle change instead of a quick fix, and you'll more likely continue.
Some goals are driven by underlying fears and insecurities. Therefore, it's important to address the issues instead of assuming that achieving your goal will soothe them.
If thinking about your goal brings anxiety, consider talking with a mental health professional.
Permit yourself to change your goal as you progress. Perhaps your goal that seemed reasonable at first is really too difficult to maintain or may be too easy.
If your definition of success is rigid, you may find it difficult to maintain. However, there's nothing wrong with ...
Within your main goal, schedule smaller goals that are achievable in a shorter period. For example, if you want to run a nine-minute mile, make a smaller goal of running a half-mile in five minutes.
Succeeding at the little victories will increase your motivation to complete the bigger goal...
If you feel overwhelmed about the process or can't determine a realistic goal, it can be helpful to consult an expert, such as a certified personal trainer, to guide you.
They may ask you about various factors influencing your lifestyles, such as prior history with fitness, nutrition, work ...
If you have crushed several fitness goals in the past and just take it to the next level, you may likely set a more complex goal. But if you're new to fitness, you may want to focus on simple behaviour modifications, such as going to the gym a set number of days a week.
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