5 Fitness Tips for Achieving Your Goals


Sometimes setting a goal and making sure you achieve it can be the most difficult thing to do. There are so many things that prevent you from setting a goal and making sure you see it through. It could be your lifestyle, it could be interference from your family or friends or just plain old sloth. Staying fit and fitting into fabulous clothes are anyone’s dream, but seldom have few achieved it. The resolutions that we make for every new year or every birthday or every time we fall sick somehow gets diluted and falls through over the course of days or months. We complain later on about our lack of commitment and motivation to achieve our goals. Instead of complaining over something we haven’t done we should go about sticking to our fitness plans. Here are some tips for achieving your fitness goals.

1. Maintain a plan

It is easy to make a plan, what is difficult however is sticking to the plan and maintain a schedule that goes according to the plan. If you had planned to work out for half an hour every morning, you should try and stick to it. Instead of reducing the time, you should try and increase the time you spend exercising to stay fit. It is important that you show as much enthusiasm staying on track as you showed drawing up a plan.

2. Have a personal trainer

Having a personal trainer makes staying on track easier. He or she does for us what we cannot do and motivates us and pushes us to stay fit. But not everyone can have a personal trainer. In such cases, the best bet would be to appoint someone from the family or a friend as your personal coach and leave it up to them to make sure you stick to your exercise regimen.

3. Encourage yourself with timely gifts

If you have set a goal to lose a few pounds in a few months and you have succeeded in achieving the desired weight loss, you should gift yourself something, so you would be tempted to stay on track. You would do better and stay on your desired weight or try and lose some more.

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