Fitness Goals Should Be Fun And Rewarding
Fitness goals are like any other goal in life. Stop for a minute and think about how you got where you are today. I’m not talking about physically, I’m talking about what you do for a living. For example, your a software engineer. More than likely, you decided this is what you wanted to do for a living. You then looked into the best colleges, went to school, graduated and interviewed for a job with different companies. My point? You set up a plan and had a goal. It’s no different for your fitness, you need to set fitness goals, in writing and study your plan. Your fitness goals may not even be to lose weight. They could be to put on 10 pounds of muscle. Or run faster, hit a better backhand in tennis, jump higher to spike a volleyball, have the ball roll off your fingers properly to make more jump shots. Whatever fitness goals you have, here are some tips on achieving them.