Goal setting is one of the basic principles of exercise psychology. Despite its simplistic nature, correct goal setting is all too often absent in an individuals fitness goals. Goal setting is crucial for individuals to not only achieve, but experience success as well. Here are some definitions needed for full understanding of the following content:
The best way to get results with a client is to create a completely transparent nonjudgemental relationship. One way to do this is to have a dounut or two every few months to communicate your humanity, empathy, and not so out of touch grasp on reality. We all live with what I call real life obstacles but they are all things that we can overcome if we are gut wrenchingly honest with ourselves about what we want and are capable of. Just look at Demi Moore in G.I Jane. One-arm push-ups = very nice, passing all the other tests despite being ganged up on by all the men =&
We all have areas of our life that we’d like to improve. Whether it’s our health, career, a relationship, or our spiritual path, when one of more of them is out of synch, it impacts our overall wellness. For example, when someone is working for an extremely unreasonable boss in a stressful job, Friday at 5:00 can’t come soon enough. The
Do you believe that your inner dialogue – your ‘self-talk’- has the power to create your life? With our words and thoughts we are continually creating our life experience – in every moment. Think about that for a moment. If your inner dialogue goes something like, “Who’s going to want to hire me? I’m not as good as all the others. I need to lose weight. People will dismiss me as soon as they see me.” That’s exactly the image you’re going to project.
Health and wellness coaching is a process that facilitates healthy, sustainable behavior change by challenging clients to:listen to their inner wisdom;identify their values;and transform their goals into action. As a guide and supportive mentor, health & wellness coaches help clients work toward their goals in areas such as:
We hope that everyone is having a wonderful summer so far! As we kick off the summer let's talk about Goal Setting. Starting new programs and making changes in our lives require us to have perseverence, discipline, and the right motivation and inspiration to keep us excited to continue down our path of Health and Wellness.
In order to make sure that you stay on the right path remember that you need to set attainable and realistic goals.
Today is June 2nd. So much change always seems to happen in June. For me this June means opportunity. Tomorrow morning the exercise group I started is getting together for the first time. In ten days I'm flying solo and taking over the water aerobics class at the YMCA. Summer is starting and in a couple weeks the kids will be out of school for Summer Vacation. I have decided to really focus on getting the last bit of this weight off and reach my goal. That way I will look as healthy as I feel. And finally, I have been wanting to write a book for a VERY long time.
Please take a couple minutes out your day to read this. Great advice.
SUCCESS = Outcome Goals + Process Goals + Action + Accountability + Support + Incentives + The Deadline
Let's walk you through those 7 Steps.
1) Outcome Goals - This is simple. If you want to lose 15 pounds in 6 weeks, that's your Outcome Goal. It's your Vision. It's the Destination you want to arrive it in a given time frame. That's Goal Setting 101.
In my experience with personal training, the greatest struggle I see is one main problem with achieving success. Finding the right fitness and nutrional guidance is vital, and so is creating the right tool box to help you along the way. But if you want to make a descision (lose weight, gain muscle, general fitness, eat healthier) and truly stick with it, there are some easy behavioral tricks to follow that will majorly increase the chances you'll stick with the original plan. 1. Lists.