1. Write It Down – I would sit down and really think about what i wanted for myself at the end of 2018 and then write it down on paper. I would look at what I wrote down and then ask myself “why” I want that. Every goal would be measurable, repeatable and observable. For example: Run 1 mile in under 6 minutes and Squat 400 lbs. by December 21, 2018
2. Hire a Coach – It’s easy to tell yourself you’ll do it tomorrow when you’re checking in with yourself but if you have to check in with someone else you will more than likely do it, especially when your coach will call you out when you don’t do what you said you would. Don’t do it on your own, the most successful people have coaches and they are already successful. So if they’re not going at it alone I wouldn’t either. A great Coach will bridge the gap from where you are to where you want to go.
3. Track It – I would track everything I eat by using MyFitnessPal. It’s the most used tracking app and free. We don’t realize how many calories were eating in a day until it’s being tracked. Change the settings to 40% carbs, 30% protein and 30% fat. It will give you the calorie goal for your stats. Hit those numbers daily by eating quality food, filling in the gaps with supplements. This is the hardest part of getting/staying in shape. Be patient and trust the process
4. Commit to a Program – Sure Class Pass is awesome and jumping around with friends for a workout is fun but none of it will get you closer to your goals. Commit to a program for at least 12 weeks. Choose a program that will be in line with your goals. And if you need help in this area I may know of a program that can help.
If you commit to it, you most certainly will achieve your goals.
If all of this sounds great but you are confused about what to do next, let me know I will point you in the right direction. You can book a free consultation with me by emailing christian@ITPfitness.com or (404) 436-0942.
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