Setting Your Fitness Goals.

By February 11, 2020 No Comments

Don’t know where to initiate with fitness goals? The truth is – they can be overwhelming. But if we get them right, they can be much empowering. Let’s get started!

What is a fitness goal?

It is a realistic goal that you set for yourself to accomplish within a particular period. Your fitness goal can be specific to your exercise routine or training habits. Also, the more specific you get, the better it is.

What you should consider while making your fitness goal is that it is your goal. There’s nothing wrong with getting inspired by fitness trends or trainers, but no one should dictate your fitness objective except you because only you are aware of where your body stands, and it’s potential.

Why set fitness goals?

There is no doubt that setting fitness goals have a plethora of benefits. They make you discipline, focused, and determined. It is a motivation that gives you something to look forward to. And the excitement doesn’t end there – the real joy comes when you complete that goal!

Many people make fitness goals at the start of the year, but there’s no obligation. You can create fitness goals at any time. The perfect time to start is now! Whether your goal is short-term, long-term, or immediate, it’s best to establish one that is attainable for you, and most of all, realistic. 

Immediate goal

Immediate goals are those which you want right now. If you’re on the road to achieving immediate goals, you might have to take out time for activity daily, finish every program of your workout and drink more water.

Short term goal

Short-term goals are those that are achievable in a shorter amount of time. These may span up to 12 weeks.

Long term goal

These are goals that are set 6 months, 12 months, or further into the future. Long term goals must be specific to you and what you want to achieve by the end of the period.

Keeping track

Occasionally, it’s helpful to check in with your goals and see how you’re keeping up with them. Tracking them is not supposed to make you feel scared, but rather encourage you to confirm that you’re on your way to success and accomplishment.

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