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What is your 2010 fitness goal??

Saturday, January 09, 2010

I copied this from my good buddy Tony Horton, creator of P90X. He hits it right on the nail with this one. What is your 2010 goal...write it down!!!

Here it is... 2010. Now what? New year, new decade and new opportunities.
Everyone knows by now that the start of a new year creates the desire to be a better person. Smoking, drinking, bad eating habits, procrastinating, better work habits, spend less, save more, get fit, lose weight, and so it goes. Enthusiasm that will last well into April. Turns out that long term change is really hard and falling into old habits can happen with very little pressure from the outside world.

Turns out that success comes to those with good mentors, a rock solid plan that fits your lifestyle, a means to stay accountable, and surrounding yourself with like-minded people. Many many folks with the best of intentions have been winging it year after year with little or no change. I meet far too many people who have fallen off the wagon. They were on the program but something happened and before you know it 3 or 4 weeks went by and 10 to 15 pounds come back and they're right back where they were. Sound familiar?

1. Follow the person and/or program that makes sense to you.
2. Write down a plan that forces you to stick with your goals for the next 12 months.
3. Finds 3 ways to stay accountable even under the most adverse conditions
4. Run from lazy naysayers and find people who want more out of life.

Do It ~ Bring It!

T. Horton
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  • v ALNEAGLE
    To lose 35 pounds and to have a toned body by June 30th!

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    Amanda
    2394 days ago
  • v SHUWN74
    Good Blog, my goal is to lose 25-30lbs by August!
    2394 days ago
  • v RDEEEEEEEEE
    For my thighs not to rub together....
    2394 days ago
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