Sign up for a gym membership in Denver. Eat clean and stick to a nutrition plan. Try a new workout class. Hit your goal weight.
We’ve all done it. It’s the new year, and we create individual resolutions. Then we give up by February. Why does this take place?
1. Write Down Fitness Goals, Not Resolutions
Resolutions are a strict commitment to do or not do a behavior. Consequently, they’re rigid and can be intimidating.
Goals are an objective of your drive, a plan or a favorable outcome. They sound less formidable—and more reachable.
Suppose that you come into the new year with the attitude of making attainable goals, in place of choosing unattainable resolutions? Reviewing how you think about things and being more forgiving to yourself is the first move toward improvement.
2. Choose SMART Fitness Goals
Your goals for the year may include:
- Professional—obtaining a bigger salary at your job.
- Health—having a strength training workout.
- Personal—reading extra books.
Now that you’ve set your goals, how do you keep determined to reaching them?
SMART goals encourage you to achieve milestones and recognize success during your journey.
How Do You Come Up With a SMART Goal?
SMART represents specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-based. These goals are definite but not overpowering.
Your SMART goals could include:
- Read for 20 minutes before you go to bed every night this week.
- Eat greens at each meal this week.
- Go for walks after your evening meal daily this week.
Creating SMART goals will stop you from becoming overpowered by what you want to attain.
3. Share Your Fitness Goals with a Family Member
Remember to tell someone about your goals! Using an accountability partner can help you in staying on track during the process.
4. Sign Up for a Free Week at FXB Denver
Set to finally meet your fitness goals this year?
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