Comitting to your fitness goal

The difference between wanting to achieve your fitness goal and actually achieving it is simple…you just do it!
If you have a bad day, you still hit your training session hard, if not harder. If you’re feeling tired you fuel your body with healthy clean food instead of a junk food fix. You’re going out to dinner for a friends birthday, you can still order a healthy meal instead of using it as an excuse for a blowout.
If you find yourself always saying “I’d like to…” Try saying “I’m going to” for a change.
Make the decision to change and then do it!
Identify all your possible obstacles before you set out to achieve your goal and then come up with your solutions so you have no more excuses.
For example if you know you struggle with childcare and can’t make a certain class every week then don’t plan it in as part of your training diary- schedule something you can stick to every week no matter what. maybe a class you can make each week, maybe a home training plan, a personal training session or a run outside
By identifying your obstacles early on you limit your space for excuses.
Excuses are ultimately what separate you from achieving your goal.
It comes down to choice…nobody can force a healthy lifestyle upon you, you have to choose it for yourself and ultimately when all is said and done and you are armed with the knowledge and tools you need only you can be held responsible for achieving what you set out to do.
Remember why you started and don’t give up until you get it!

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