My workouts are focused and rewarding. I keep my main purpose in mind.
I maximize my overall physical and mental wellbeing. I maintain a healthy weight through diet and exercise. I strengthen my heart and build up my muscles and bones. I manage stress and prevent depression and anxiety.
I increase my chances for a long and healthy life. I reduce my risk for many chronic conditions and injuries. I give myself more years to enjoy the activities I love.
I provide a positive role model for my children. My actions speak louder than words. I demonstrate positive habits for them to follow.
I use my exercise goals to stay motivated. I am enthusiastic about my workouts. My reasons come from within rather than relying on external rewards. I remain consistent even when my schedule is busy, or I hit a weight loss plateau.
I use my goals to strategize. I choose activities that match my priorities. I enjoy a variety of options to keep things interesting. I take adequate time for rest and recovery.
I use my goals to evaluate my progress. I track my performance. I learn more about fitness from books, videos, and talking with others. I update my goals as my lifestyle changes.
I customize my workouts based on my individual needs and aspirations.
Today, I create exercise goals that are compelling and realistic for me. I design workouts that deliver the results I want. I am committed to keeping myself strong and fit.
- How can I make myself feel accountable for my exercise goals?
- Why is it important to write down my exercise goals?
- What is my main purpose for working out?