How are you getting on with the quest for a fitter healthier new you?
Many have fallen by the wayside and at balanceforlife we want to help. Even if you feel you have the motivation but always find a great excuse to defend your lack of success don’t be put off.
Results of a study published in the current issue of the Journal of Sports & Exercise Psychology show that our motivational levels will fluctuate weekly and demands on our time, family commitments and health issues will all have an impact so even our best laid plans may be doomed to failure and this in turn could lower our motivation.
Fear not. Many of our clients have the same problems and we find the best way to deal with it is to make small changes which are easy to stick to and incorporate these changes into your life. These small changes will then become a habit and these small steps will help you get towards your final goal. At balanceforlife we always try our best to promote changes that fit in with your lifestyle and not around it.
Try taking your long term goal and cutting it into small chunks and you will be much more likely to achieve the results you desire and sustain the long term benefits. Goals should always be SMART.
- S – specific
- M – measurable
- A – agreed upon/action-oriented
- R – realistic/relevant/reasonable/rewarding
- T – time-based/timely
You should always try your best to make sure your goals fit in with all aspects of your life as you will be more likely to stick to them. We’ve listed the 7 areas you must consider when setting goals as being happy in all these areas is key to good balance in your every day life.
If you’d like help to plan out your weight loss or fitness success then feel free to contact us. We’ll be happy to help.
One of our clients never thought she would be able to lose weight and we received this comment after Christmas. This client is continuing to lose weight and get fitter and has found the process easy and enjoyable.
See more testimonials here http://www.balanceforlife.co.uk/recommendations.php.