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It’s that time of year again to start making your New Year’s resolutions!
If you’re like many people, fitness goals will be somewhere near the top of your list. Regardless of what you want to achieve, you need to find ways to ensure you stick to your goals.
How can you do this?
Unfortunately, most of the people who set these goals end up setting the same goals year after year.
The fact of the matter is it’s easy to set goals – sticking to them is what’s difficult.
Fortunately, there are steps you can take to better ensure you’re able to achieve most, if not all, of your fitness resolutions.
You’re neurologically designed to achieve something if you write it down. If you want to give yourself a better chance of reaching your goals – write them down!
Equally as important is tracking your goals. Whether you use an app, a notebook, or an Excel file, make sure you track what’s most important to you, like:
An accountability partner will help keep you motivated. When you’re feeling lackluster, they can build you up and vice versa. Plus, knowing someone is counting on you is a great way to get out of bed for a workout when it’s cold and dark outside.
You can’t achieve your fitness goals on willpower alone. You need actual, physical power, which means you need to fuel your body. Talk to a nutritionist about creating a diet plan for your needs or learn more about your protein intake.
Take some time each week to check in with yourself. Are you starting to dread your workouts? If so, it might be time to switch things up. Some variety in your routine will go a long way in helping you achieve your goals.