Goal setting and goal achieving comes down to two things: you AND your motivation. Setting goals is the fun and easy part, but putting in the time is where you start questing if you’ll be able to achieve your goals. Find what motivates you. Your WHY is just as important as your goal. Figure it out and don’t forget it!
A goal is achievable, measurable, and should align with your WHY.
Start SMALL. If it’s a fitness goal and you have never exercised before this could mean that your first goal could be something as simple as taking a short walk each day.
Ready to go big? A certain mileage you want to reach in the studio? The Baltimore Marathon? Catch me after class!
Once you have achieved your goal. Make another and so on and so forth.
This is an important time for reflection. Look back at your goals and remember why you began your journey. Failure is a great way to find the spark to keep working. Don’t question your struggle, hustle through it! However, if you get off track more than a couple of times it might be a sign that you need to reassess your goals.
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Submitted by: Maddison Rowles, NASM CPT – Maddison, is a cycle instructor at REV Cycle Studio and Under Armour Personal Trainer. Learn more about Maddison here.