Confused About Your Goals?

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what are your goals?

Being an Exercise Physiologist, Personal Trainer and Corporate Wellness Coach gives
me the opportunity to work with many different clients with many different goals.

Once your goals are reached, do you ever find yourself asking the question, “Where Do I Go From Here?”

I had an employee at one of my corporate client locations ask me this question just the other day.  His body fat, weight, and all the measurable information is excellent.

Let me tell you it is not easy to keep grinding away day in and day out when you have achieved your initial weight loss goal. This is one to the easiest times to start making excuses to skip a workout.

Here are some tips you can use for motivation to keep you focused:

  1. 1. Set different goals, which have nothing to do with weight loss. For example find an upcoming fitness event that you could participate in.
  2. Print several copies of your before picture and keep them visible to you throughout the day.
  3. Take the approach that this should be a lifestyle not a one and done plan.
  4. Use a calendar for accountability and make it a priority to do some type of fitness activity for a minimum of 20 days per month. Use a marker and make an X across each day you perform exercise. At the end of the month tally up your score and give yourself  a reward for completing all your exercise. Hey you could even give yourself more incentives to exercise 25 days out of each month.
  5. Last but not least, use your family or friends as motivation. As cruel as it may sound we all know family or friends who are out of shape and not happy with their fitness levels. Listen to them and watch their habits, 99% of the time they are out of shape or
    unhappy with themselves for a reason. Use what you see them do to help you stay focused on your fitness.

 

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Exercise Physiologist, Personal Trainer, Wellness Coach, Author and Media Fitness Expert with over 20 years of experience in the health and fitness industry. Has served over 50,000 sessions from one-on-one, semi-private to large group BootCamp classes. Nationally and locally awarded Fitness expert on both ABC & CBS. Most recently developer of a new interactive Wellness and Lifestyle program for small to medium sized companies (Offshore and Onshore).

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