Goal Setting

Goal setting will help to keep you motivated, think how good you will feel when you realise all your hard work is paying off!! Some people enter themselves into races as one of their goals, others just want to look and feel better. What ever you want your goals to be the most important thing is that its YOUR goal. You decide what you want to achieve for yourself, dont let others lead you into goal setting.

Break your goals down into the following time categories. You may have more than one goal in each of the time categories which is great, just make sure you are being realistic!

Short term – 6 to 12 weeks
Medium term – 3 months to 6 months
Long term – 12 months plus

Make sure the goals follow the SMART accronym

S – Specific
M – Measurable
A – Attainable
R – Rewarding
T – Timed

Remember to regulalry review your goals to ensure that you are on the right track and can make new goals as needed.

Published by Aimee Pearce

I believe that being strong isn’t about how you look or being a certain weight, but being physically strong enough to enjoy life and have some amazing adventures. I also think being strong is a state of mind and being emotionally tough enough to handle whatever life throws at you as well as being empowered to create and live the life you want. I work with busy people face to face and online to give them the confidence to step outside their comfort zone and get stronger, physically and mentally. As well as being a qualified Personal Trainer, I am certified in the Foundations of Counselling to support my client’s mental health as much as I do their physical health. What I Do Show women how to enjoy exercise Support pregnant women to continue exercising safely Help women to focus on what their body can do not what it looks like Support busy women to prioritise themselves without guilt

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