1/9/15 – Create A Plan, Smash Your Goals


Lets talk a second about goals. What exactly is a goal?

Wikipedia defines a goal as this:

A goal is a desired result a person or a system envisions, plans and commits to achieve a personal or organizational desired end-point in some sort of assumed development. Many people endeavor to reach goals within a finite time by setting deadlines.

We just started a brand new year and with that usually comes a list of brand new goals. They may be fitness goals, life, professional, educational, financial, physical, family, or attitude goals. A goal is a goal. Think about what it is you’d like to accomplish this year, this month, this week. That’ll give you some perspective into what it is you really want. Now, ask yourself this question. What are you doing to reach those goals?

It’s real easy to say you want to do something. Lets use fitness as an example. How many people want to get their first strict pull up without a band? I’d have to say a good deal of people. Do you know the steps to take to reach this accomplishment? Are you fully committed to reaching this life time achievement? Or, is it just much easier for you to say you want to get one, but then never really try?

What’s the point of setting goals without creating a plan of action to help you accomplish it? There needs to be plans set in motion for things to happen. Try setting weekly, one-month, six-month, and yearly goals. That way, your goals can build off of one another and create a snowball affect of awesomeness.

If your goal is fitness related, come and talk to us. We’d love to hear and discuss your goals with you and help you create a plan to fast track you to whatever it is you’d like to accomplish. Your goals are our goals. Lets make some shit happen and make 2015 a year to remember.



Workout of the Day

A. Five sets of:
Weighted Pull-Ups – 2 reps
-Rest 30 seconds-

immediately followed by…

B. Five sets of:
30 seconds of Strict Supinated-Grip Pull-Ups – Max reps
-Rest 30 seconds-
3 Sets:
Against a 4-minute running clock:
400 Meter Run
20 Box Jump-Overs
Double-Unders – Max Reps*
-Rest 4 minutes-

*Score for round is double-unders completed.

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