Many people get this wrong. So I’m going to share with you some tips with regards setting fitness goals. That will ensure that you stay on track to achieve your goals.
Every sporting event/physical pursuit I have undertaken, be it a marathons, power lifting, bodybuilding, open swimming or this year mountaineering.
I know it is going to be a challenge.
When I book it in there is always an element of doubt, a fear of failure.
The knowing that I’m going to be bad at it to start off with.
And that’s the reason I do it.
You see I’m not expecting it to be easy.
I’m expecting it to be hard.
But I know that having this event this will put a little bit of pressure on myself.
I know I have a deadline to work towards.
I know this will up the ante with my training and preparation.
That it will give me focus and clarity. I’ll be applying my efforts intentionally, specifically towards a task.
And that’s when I’m at my happiest. When I’m working on something, building something.
It could be my fitness, my business, relationships.
And in the pursuit of said thing and seeing improvement along the way is my Nirvana.