Measurable Goals

The problem with many workout routines is that people don’t set the bar high enough. Instead of setting specific goals, they come up with something like “losing a few pounds” or “getting in better shape.”

These are still worthy aspirations and will be achieved through this plan. But I’ve found that if people don’t set specific goals, they don’t maximize their results. Once they drop a few pounds or drop an inch or two, it’s easy to rationalize missing a workout, because they’ve already reached those modest goals. Read More …