So much happened in 2020, and it looks like 2021 is going to be no less eventful.
But if you’re looking to make 2021 your best year yet as far as health and fitness, there are three key things to keep in mind. A lot has changed in the fitness world in the past 15 months. But a few things haven’t changed.
— Set some goals.
— create a plan of action.
— Change your mindset.
Get clear on your goals!
In order to achieve something, you have to identify exactly what it is. “Being healthier” is not a goal. “Toning up” is not a goal.
The goal needs to be specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and have a deadline.
I’ll also show you how to recalibrate your mindset to make success more likely by taking some time to visualize and experience what achieving that goal will look and feel like.
A goal without a plan is just a wish. I’ll help you identify the small action steps that, over time, will help you achieve your goal. And yes, I said small action steps for a reason. When setting your goal, think big. When taking action, think small.
I want to lose 5lbs in the next 30 days.
This is how I plan to do it. I will limit my calorie intake. I will work out for 30 minutes 3 times a week. I will drink more water.
I want to gain 5lbs. of muscle in the next 3 months. My plan is to:
Train each muscle group at least 2 times a week. I will eat more protein in each meal. I will stick to strength training exercises for the next 3 months to make sure I can attain this goal.
This is perhaps the most important aspect of long-term success … with your health and with every aspect of your life. I’m going to be sharing the key mindset pitfalls to avoid and help you learn how to make different and better decisions and stop listening to the negative noise that’s held you back in the past.
You see, it doesn’t have to be complicated. Decide what you want to accomplish, identify the actions that you need to take to get here and reframe your mindset.
What’s your No. 1 fitness goal for the remainder of 2021? Shoot me a reply, I’d love to hear it.
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