Set Goals for Your Physical Fitness

Aimless and sporadic workouts are nothing more than random glimmers of hope. Map out an exercise routine. Make goals for yourself. Put your name down on some paper, underline it and structure a physical fitness routine based off of concrete goals. Create bullet points with goals listed next to them such as "Lose 10 pounds within next 50 days"..."lose 1 minute off of my mile time"..."exercise for an hour a day, at least 3 times a week". Setting goals such as these will give you direction and direction breeds motivation. Try and set some fitness goals for yourself and see how you do. TRy and find some exercise equipment that you can use. Although it is very possible to get in shape on your own through running outdoors and doing equipmentless exercises such as push-ups and sit-ups, having a nice Life Fitness treadmill and an iPod can go a long way in making time fly by.

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