Goal setting is an integral part of your fitness plan. It helps you develop a tangible tar
get to reach your objectives.
So let’s start the process by writing down your goals. It’s important to have a plan of action, a format to follow. Be realistic, keep the list short and don’t even consider progress before the process. My process is simple.
Write five health and fitness goals you want to achieve and give each goal a measurable time period.
Write five items you want to eliminate that may prevent you from achieving your fitness success.
Put that list aside or even tear it up and throw it away. All you need to focus on is the five things on your list that will help you become successful on your journey.
Prioritize with the most significant goals at the top of your list.
You are now ready to begin, restart and execute your fitness plan. This is a simple process that is tried and proven. I highly recommend you meditate and pray about the journey you are about to embark on. Make sure you check the list periodically to see if you are in concurrence. Mark, check or cross out the goals you have completed. This will encourage you with the achievements you make along the way. Add new goals to the list as you achieve success. Remember, even if you develop your own method, always have a measurable tool to check your progress. The key is to start and stick with your goals.