Biking in San Diego on a beautiful, February day - Photo Courtesy of Charly Caldwell II
For anyone who has hit a plateau or feels that the return on their investment of time is lacking results, read on...
Everyone wants to be stronger, faster, leaner, but just wanting it isn’t enough.
If you want batter results from your training, you must expect more from yourself.
Demand the best for your body.
Whether you’re pedaling away in a group exercise class or grinding your bike up a hill, what do you do when the going gets tough?
When your lungs start screaming and your thighs begin burning you’ve got to get that inner voice of motivation louder.
Remind yourself of the reasons you’re working so hard.
Only you know when that is…
It is widely accepted that setting goals is a successful way to encourage adherence to long term-exercise.
Ask any athlete and they will tell you that goal setting enables them to track their achievements and maintain activity levels, particularly when training becomes more challenging.
Choosing the most effective goal setting approach; be it outcome, process or performance based goals depends on each individual and personal motivation factors.
Before you make any lifestyle changes, you should know why you want to change your fitness and you should be consciously making that decision for yourself.
Write down 3 goals you want to achieve, why you want to achieve them and what it will mean to you once you do.
Also, recognize what it would mean if you don’t reach those goals.
Now post your goals some where you can see and review them every day. Having a crystal-clear vision of what you want to achieve and why is imperative for success.
Now that you’ve clarified why you want...