Review Your Year

Before thinking about what you WANT to achieve NEXT year, ask yourself what you ALREADY achieved THIS year. Before you go steaming ahead, and start planning for the new year, I want you to take some time to review how THIS year went.  Ask yourself the following about this current year: What went well? Why did

one goal at a time

One Goal at a Time!

“For 2019 I want to lose 50lbs of body fat, gain 50lbs of muscle, play competitive tennis, climb a mountain, and compete in a power lifting meet, all at the same time.” Who the F are you? Wolverine?! How are you going to recover from all of that training? Since it’s a new year and

For 2019 you want “to get fit”. But what does that even mean?

For 2019 you want “to get fit”. But what does that even mean? “This year I’m going to get fit”. We’ve heard it all before.  Many of us have said it ourselves many times before.  But let’s pause for a minute to ask what we even mean by that?  What are we actually trying to achieve? Different things for different people “Getting

Are you really going to achieve EVERYTHING this year? Don’t overstretch yourself!

Are you really going to achieve EVERYTHING this year?  Don’t overstretch yourself! Earlier I posted about my contempt for the term “New Year’s Resolution”. As I explained, it’s not that I am against setting a New Year’s Resolution.  In fact, I think goal setting is very important in order to achieve success.  Be it success in weight loss,