The road to failure is filled with good intentions. If you take a look at yourself and those around you, there will no doubt be many (or too many) “Good Starters;” people who legitimately want to succeed and have great ideas on how to make “it” happen.
Two years ago this week, I embarked on my only successful weight loss and fitness journey to date. There are many reasons that I did not succeed before, but one of the most interesting, I believe, is that I started in the early spring.
There is a direct correlation between goal setting and achieving goals. The impact of personal goal setting goals is so true that the US military requires Navy Seals, some of the most focused and competitive individuals in the armed services, to formally goal set.
Is this you? This was once me too! I used to hate running. Everything about it. But guess what? I started. It wasn’t always easy. I have now completed 2 half marathons! Try these 4 nifty little tricks and you will be a runner before you know it!
I’ve seen it happen time and time again in my 5 years in the fitness industry, people will set a New Years goal or resolution and 6 weeks in, the drive and the motivation has disappeared and your goal is now nothing more than a good idea you had 6 weeks ago.
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