Setting fitness goals often involves diving in headfirst. Losing 5 stone or running a marathon may take months or years.
Break your final objective into monthly process goals. "Lose 2lbs" or "run 2km further than last month." These improvements can help you reach your goal while keeping you motivated.
Find someone who knows how to achieve a goal or investigate online. Hiring a specialist in your area can save you time and efforts in the long run.
Injury might affect fitness objectives. Talk to one of our Personal Trainers about establishing realistic objectives and proper technique to avoid injuries.
You've established a new goal and completed your first exercise or nutritious meal. High motivation. "This is easy" may be your initial thought after starting this new regimen. "Only one won’t hurt, right?" says day two.
Accept that your motivation may change and that your new schedule may not always work. Keep mostly consistent with your new routine and you'll see great results.
Self or external accountability is possible. Tell a friend or family member your aim if you need motivation. To stay on track, contact them periodically.
Celebrate your accomplishments and acknowledge your efforts. Remember your major life changes. Celebrate every kilogram lost or mile run. A drink of wine now and again never hurts!
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