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Exercise Goals Examples Resources

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5 Fitness Feats that are Worth the Training

We all know how important goal setting is to reaching our dreams. From walking four times a week to eating more fruits and veggies, declaring your healthy intentions is an awesome way to make positive changes in your life. But if you’re lo...  Read more

Goal-Tracking Tools

Quick, what’s the difference between a dream and a goal? Any goal-setting guru will tell you that goals are dreams that you write down and track. Why? By writing down your goals, you're creating a "to do" list for your life,...  Read more

6 Characteristics of Effective Goal-Setting

Once you've created your vision statement for weight-loss, you probably know the general direction you want to move. The next step is to work out the particular short- and intermediate-term goals that will get you moving in that direction, follow...  Read more

Start Small with a Nutrition Fast Break

The media associates a fast break with basketball. But a nutritional fast break is much different; except that both can lead to a slam dunk. A Spark Diet Fast Break is a quick, easy goal that you focus on and track for two weeks, before any other...  Read more

Goals that Help, Goals that Hurt

Whether you’re brand new to SparkPeople, or a seasoned veteran, you have no doubt noticed that we put a lot of emphasis on setting goals. From the small first steps you take during the "Fast Break" phase, to the long-range visions tha...  Read more

Exercise that is gentle on joints
Updated 3/4/2015 6:43:18 AM

I have bone on bone pain in feet and knees. A pinched nerve in foot. What Piyo exercises would you recommend?...  Read more

Hi Guys, currently my goal is 70lbs. Two years ago
Updated 3/4/2015 5:24:14 AM

Hi Guys, currently my goal is 70lbs. Two years ago I was paralyzed from an gym accident. I lost 70lbs before it, but been plateau since then. I can walk and drive now, but have had to work my way up slow due to limited strength.Able to do more latelâ...  Read more

Hi Guys, currently my goal is 70lbs. Two years ago
Updated 3/4/2015 5:36:03 AM

Hi Guys, currently my goal is 70lbs. Two years ago I had an accident that had paralyzed me. I lost 70lbs before the accident, but been plato since. I can walk and drive now, but have had to work my way up very slow due to limited strength. Must weig...  Read more

Does anyone know how to change the daily goals to
Updated 3/3/2015 7:43:10 PM

Does anyone know how to change the daily goals to add more protein and less carbs...  Read more

If it were me, I would be sure to exercise 6 days
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If it were me, I would be sure to exercise 6 days with a good metabolic circuit that you can do everyday like the ones they use for biggest loser and cut out all high carb food. The second part is tougher than the first. Good luck....  Read more

Don't set "Set in Stone" Goals for Pounds Lost

I have always set goals for weight loss for myself. For example: I will lose 10 pounds by June. This sets you up for failure. Set your goals for what you have complete control over. For example: I will exercise 5 days a week and stay within my...  Read more

Be the example for your spouse

When you are sparking along, tracking your food and exercise, eating healthy and exercising, you are being an example to them....  Read more

Spark Texas – The Official Team

If you are Texas born, got here as soon as you could,or just WISH you where here; WELCOME to a family of friends! So, wherever you hang your hat, join in the fun and lets reach our goals together! ...  Read more

Staying Motivated, Tip #10: Reward Yourself at the Right Time for the Right Thing

There's no doubt that rewarding desirable eating behaviors is a very good way for us humans to get ourselves to stick to healthy eating plans, even when we’d rather go for the gusto.But not just any reward will do the trick. You have to be careful to...  Read more

You Asked: ''How Do I Create a Calorie Deficit or Burn More Calories Than I Eat?''

It sounds like you're referring to a "calories in vs. calories out" type of equation. First you need to understand that one pound of fat is made up of roughly 3,500 extra calories. So in order to lose one pound of fat, you need to creat...  Read more