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Two Principles to Setting Up An Effective Fitness-Oriented Goal Plan

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Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

By setting up mini-goals you are more likely to achieve your ultimate goal!

By setting up mini-goals you are more likely
to achieve your ultimate goal!

Try to make changes to your present lifestyle can be challenging. For most people having or setting up goals provides them with the much needed motivation, so as to not derail and stay on track. When it comes to physical fitness specifically, if you’re aiming to become a bit more active or lose weight, then well-planned goals can help to keep you motivated and focused. Two important suggestions for setting up an effective fitness-oriented goal system include:

Identify your ultimate goal

When it comes to pinpointing your ultimate goal, be sure to be realistic. Your goal could be as big as to complete a triathlon or be able to run 10 miles. No matter what you choose, make sure you give yourself ample time to achieve that called. This part is called being realistic! When choosing your goal, push yourself out of your comfort zone and opt for some that will challenge you to your limits.

Breakdown your ultimate goal into mini-goals

In order to achieve your ultimate goal, it’s best that you dissect it into smaller goals. This will help you to see whether or not you are making progress. Improvement and progression will ensure that you stay motivated and focused.

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