Setting Fitness Goals That Work
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I would suggest you pay more The Fat Cell Killer attention to what you TRULY desire as you sit down to write your goals. First, ask yourself why you're doing all this in the first place. Do you miss being able to play more freely with your kids? Perhaps a goal to be able to play football with your son for a half hour is a worthy desire.
Whatever the goals are that you choose, write at least one paragraph as to WHY you want to achieve that goal. How will it benefit you? What are the long-term results of accomplishing that goal? This is where you'll really start to connect to your goal. This is what makes the difference between those who give up after the initial excitement of their dreams and those who stay committed to their passions.
Warning: Many people have scaled the ladder of success only to find that it was leaning against the wrong wall. So do the research to make sure that the goals you've set will really help you to fulfill your desire. For instance, going anorexic is NOT a good weight loss program and will NOT result in you feeling healthier. Also, be sure to evaluate your goals periodically to make sure that they are realistic and that they are still bringing you closer to your desires (the WHY'S behind achieving them).
Step 2: Reality Check.Dream big and you might surprise yourself with what you can accomplish. But dream TOO big and your subconscious mind will only laugh at you and make you throw in the towel.
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