One of the biggest things I hear from clients is that they don’ know what their goals are? Goal setting is a personal thing, its about having a focus and a drive to accomplish something. While I cannot establish a goal for you, I can help you set guidelines for yourself, such as for a golfer, we need certain mobility requirements or strength requirements to match our sport, or for health, we need to make sure our body fat is within a healthy range to avoid certain health risks associated with obesity and being “over fat”.
How do we set goals for ourselves?
Own your schedule. Take the time to schedule your “me time.” Find a way to create daily “me time”, weekly “me time” and quarterly “me time.
In our 30’s we are typically starting or have young family’s, we are working our way through our career’s or our own business, there are a lot of things that can get in the way of us taking care of ourselves. One of the more common itemsI hear from people is that they don’t have any particular goals, they want to train and want to improve but don’t have any particular focus. I like to approach that with a solution of planning.
Start by planning for a quarterly goal. If you can plan something fun once per quarter, that will give you some motivation to eat, exercise and prepare for your upcoming event. Here’s how I break it down.
Daily: I think its important that we schedule a daily movement
routine and we can help you create a 15 min, 30 min, 45 min, 60 min movement routine.
Weekly: Weekly “me time” can include playing a round of golf, going on a nature walk, or getting a massage.
Quarterly: I believe that rather than having a monthly “me time” scheduling something bigger quarterly is a nice way to self