Goals are a fairly constant part of most people’s lives. Many young teenagers have goals to go to college, travel the world or make a lot of money at a young age. Some people beyond their college years have goals to pay off their mortgage, get the big job or big promotion or achieve something fulfilling and inspiring in their lives. We all have goals in mind whether they are fitness related or not. Each person walks that path in different ways. I will tell you that no matter what your goals are the one thing that will always dictate your progress or lack thereof will always be your behaviors.
This is extremely self-evident in the fitness industry. What are your goals? Do you write them down or have you written them down? They need to be identifiable, specific and measurable. Whatever those goals are can you identify the things you need to do in order to accomplish those goals? Trust me it helps to write this stuff down so you can begin to map it out. There’s obviously a reason why your goal is your goal. You’re tired of where you are and you need something more in your life. That’s great. I encourage it because it’s that kind of attitude that drives us to be the best version of ourselves. Now let’s dig deeper and determine if you think your goals are proportionate to your behaviors.
Yours in Strength,