How To Guarantee Fitness Success in 2012

by pilates32 on December 31, 2011

Seth Godin recently discussed the topic of productivity in relation to our new years goals and ambitions. He argued that many productivity plans set by individuals fail and it isn’t a new plan that is necessarily needed, but rather a new understanding of commitment.

For fitness and health; this could not be more true!

You don’t need a new plan of action, a new workout routine or new method of training that promises big results with little input.

Instead you need to commit yourself fully to the task at hand.

You need to set goals that are realistic and achievable

Goals that are measurable both long term and short term. Goals that measure performance and not just final outcome. This way you feel good that you kept to your program this week rather than doubting yourself why you think you look no different to before.

If you stay committed, you will guarantee yourself results. What we need from you; is not a new plan, but rather commitment.

Well I feel inspired? Let us know your fitness goals, plans and expectations by commenting below. We’d love to hear your thoughts.

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Happy New Year!
Ian

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Elisa Hewett December 31, 2011 at 11:44 am

So True!!! There’s no point in asking too much of yourself and then failing in the first week, cause your burn out!

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Sarah Liska December 31, 2011 at 1:16 pm

Great post! Realistic goals are so important at keeping you on track. I have already set my out for the new year!

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Barbara Newton December 31, 2011 at 1:18 pm

My goal is to lose weight this new year. I will certainly have to remember this post when things get tough. Pilates is definitely going to be in that plan

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