GOALS 2- Goals should be specific, measurable and attainable (#smartgoals)
A good goal can be measured accurately and is specific enough to direct your focus on the change that’s most needed or most important to you.
I will look leaner doesn’t really give you anything measurable or specific to work on. However, I will lose 1KG of body fat does. It’s specific to one area of improvement (reducing body fat) .
Goals should be challenging but realistic and attainable.
Goals must be big enough to inspire you to action, but not so big that you get frustrated with the impossibility of accomplishing it .
Goals should have short-term and long-term components (Time– the T in Smart Goals)
For example with fat loss short term could be you sign up to a gym, next you work on your nutrition, aim to lose 1kg etc. . . . Your longer term goal could be to lose 10 kg of fat and compete in a fitness event . Set small goals to achieve on the way to a big goal.
Be patient and hit those markers and you will have a constant chain of achievements on the way to your end goal ( then who knows what your next goals might be) later this week I’ll discuss behaviour goals and why they are important ! #goals #goalsetting #nutrition #nutritioncoach #wellness #healthandfitness #mindful #intent #plan #crossfit #crossfitgirls #realnutrition #smallsteps #fatloss #performance #strength #positivesteps #irishfitfam #kettlebelle