Set Yourself Up For Success

It’s often not the big gestures, but the small things you do every day that determine your future. It’s the everyday activities that you do that make the difference, whether you’re at aiming for a promotion or trying to lose weight. You can set yourself up for success by making a few changes in your daily life and how you approach any problem or task.

You have to set goals first.

Goals are necessary to create a roadmap for your future. If you’re taking any trip, you have to know what your destination is and your starting point. You need to clearly define what you want to achieve. Just saying, “I want to lose weight” or “I want to look and feel better” isn’t enough. You have to be specific and it needs to be something that’s important to you.

Identify what will help you achieve your goals and make it a habit.

Once you make those goals, you must break them down to mini goals that you can achieve in a week or month to help you arrive at your ultimate destination. If your goal is a physical transformation, then a healthy diet and exercise program is necessary. Your exercise program should be created with your present physical fitness in mind and include flexibility, strength, endurance and balance training. It should work all muscle groups and as you get fitter, be adjusted to match that new fitness level.

Make your changes a habit.

The real benefits come from consistency. It’s all about making a healthy lifestyle a habit, not a one time shot. Sure, if you exercise today that’s beneficial, but the benefit is minimal if you don’t exercise tomorrow or the next day. It’s all about sticking with a program of regular exercise and making healthy eating the norm, not the exception. When you eat healthy, it doesn’t mean you can’t eat a treat or two occasionally. You can, but it shouldn’t be your entire diet and you should keep portion control in mind.

  • It’s not always easy to exercise. Scheduling your exercise at the same time every day helps, but sometimes, you simply don’t want to do it. That’s when you have to make the smart decision to start your workout and you’ll find you’ll be glad you did.
  • Eating healthy isn’t dieting, it’s learning how to make daily choices to eat food with more nutrients, fewer calories and additives. When you eat healthy, you can actually eat more than you thought possible and still attain your fitness goals.
  • Get help. Nobody walks the road to change alone. Sometimes, you need encouragement or guidance. That’s one of the benefits of working with a personal trainer. They provide both.
  • We’ll help you develop a plan to achieve your goals and work with you until you accomplish it. You’ll be surprised to find just how much you can achieve when you set yourself up for success.

For more information, contact us today at Thrive Fitness Atlanta

Leave a Reply