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Summer Goals

Monday, June 22, 2009

**The Challenge: Establish one goal you would like to accomplish by the end of the challenge. This goal should be lifestyle and fitness related, NOT a certain amount of weight you would like to lose. After identifying a goal, think of two things you can start NOW to make your goal an achievement.**

I would like to be more consistent with my exercise. It seems like I will be at the gym everyday, feeling great, and then bam, something will happen like I will get sick or the kids will get sick or I am working too much leaving no time for the gym, etc... and I will slack off for a month or so and then slowly I will pick it up again. This has been a vicious cycle for about 6 months now.

My goal for this summer is to come up with a good workout schedule and actually stick to it for the entire summer and log my results in my fitness tracker!

Sundays - Wednesdays are usually the best days for me to work out. My goal is to work out at least 4 days per week for the whole summer. I will just keep thinking of how great I will feel after 14 weeks of working out, I will be unstoppable!
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  • MMW1983
    Good goals, girl! You can do it!! And even if you can´t get to the gym, using a video or going for a walk are still good! For me, if I break a cycle I get waaay off track, so I try to have some other options for when I can´t do what I planned. You rocked the last challenge so keep it up, Wave Runner!! You´re making us proud!
    4340 days ago
  • WAHZOE
    Once the kids get off school (not until July 17th here in England) my whole schedule goes to pot. So I really will have to work at sticking to my workouts over the 7 weeks of the break from school.

    Hoping you have success with sticking to yours.
    4344 days ago
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