Doing any one thing in particular is unnecessary for your goals, no matter what they are. But doing something is necessary for progress.
Find a direction.
Figure out what steps will get you towards there.
Stay the course.
Make every day a win.
Fitness is a bit of an amorphous target. It’s generic. Does it mean cardiovascular fitness? Weight loss? Relative strength? Absolute strength? Weight deadlifted? Flexibility measured? Workout done in x number of minutes?
Is your goal a fitness goal? Or are you just trying out a new training method?
Most people I work with — at least the “regular” people with day jobs — want to be more fit. It would always be nice to be skinnier, stronger, leaner, toner, healthier, smarter, more muscular, more patient, more even-keeled, less anxious, less depressed, less neurotic, less unstable.
But if you want these things, we have to talk about goal setting.
It’s been a crazy few weeks in Indy! Tons of new assessments coming through IFAST that I’ve been handling and I start filling in as the front desk girl this morning. I wanted to get something out for you guys, so I figured I would share a short video I shot on improving your squat. There will be a long post that details this process better sometime next week, so stay tuned and send me an email if you want to get on the reminder list. This thing is turning out to be a 2000 word monster.