Setting goals and staying on track is what I struggle with the most. Now that I work for myself every day is so different and never usually goes as planned. It’s been increasingly difficult to stay on top of my diet when I have to meet with people over food, blog about restaurants or attend events like the street fair. It’s no secret that in order to get in shape, you need to set goals. I reached out to Kristin, my health guru from IronPlate to help me get better at this.
My two goals
- Doing a running challenge: 50 miles in 30 days
- Trim down a few LBS for a girls trip at the end of October
One of the greatest ways to find success is to have a goal, lay out the steps to get there and execute. A great physique, or increases in strength don’t come with mindless training, yo-yo dieting or without a measurable plan of action. This goes for anything in life. In fact, the first question I ask someone when they walk through the doors of IronPlate Studios is why are you here and what are your goals?