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Health, Self Comfort and Long Term Capability (2014 Goals)

Monday, January 13, 2014

The attached picture, which I hope is readable, is my fitness related goals for 2014 with some tweaking for BLC24. Timing is perfect as 3 major events occur for me during April, about the time BLC is concluding. So, with commitment and consistency I see no reason why I can’t achieve my overall goals.

My goals are very simple. I want to achieve health, a level of self-comfort and a degree of long-term capability. There are 3 boxes under the title that better define what those 3 mean. But I think you can figure that out.

I will measure my success with specific numbers and NSV (non-scale victories) – these are depicted in the inner circle and all tied together. To reach each target, specific habits must be completed in order to achieve those goals. These are detailed in the boxes. And of course, it is circular and tied together. Each has to be completed and achieved with commitment and consistency in order to reach those goals.

So, those are the goals. Enjoy.
And as always, thanks for reading.

Little more detail since photo is too small (even in photos on my page). Dang it!

End goals:
* Lose 20 lbs
* Reach 2011 competition measurements
* Complete races already registered for
* Accomplish numerous new ST moves in gym
* Skinny jeans become baggy
* Happy with self at 4/12 photo shoot

How I'm getting there:
* Manage meal plans within calories and macros
* Make my meals, limit eating out
* Take monthly measurements
* Reset vision board monthly
* Continue 5-6x per week ST (2 scheduled with Trainer)
* Improve focus at workouts
* Commitment to trainer (no whining)
* Run Austin Capital 10K in Memory of Dad (4/6)
* Run & imp roe time in OKC Half Memorial (4/27)
* Fitbit steps exceed 10K (doesn't include cardio sessions)
* Consume 4 liters of water daily
* Consistent supplements
* 6 hours sleep - same sleep pattern
* Meet BLC24 goals & Camo crew
* Reward with monetary coins into fitness jar

Sorry - now my blog is long since we can't read the photo. Oh well.
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    I need to find this PPT and redo it... no telling where I Saved it.
    1730 days ago
  • no profile photo CD9556574
    well done
    1881 days ago
    OMGosh you are like a well oiled machine! I applaud your efforts.
    2015 days ago
    I found the smart art graphic you used and think I'll do the same. Nice visual!
    2699 days ago
    2723 days ago
  • LUVW8S
    Great Goal Setting. I did the Relay run at the Memorial Marathon last year. It was a great experience with beautiful weather, Hoping the Same for you! The only run Im signed up for now is The Titan challenge in June but Im sticking to more fun runs and trying not to get so serious this time around. Best Wishes
    2732 days ago
    I love this. I know writing it down this way - not to mention all the planning -- will get you there. Congratulations!
    2744 days ago
    Very Impressive chart and great goals! Looking forward to seeing it larger, too.
    2748 days ago
    Sheri, Great goals! Can't wait to see your diagram larger. I agree it is so important to focus on our NSVs!
    2748 days ago
    That's what I was afraid of - wasn't sure if we were able to select the photo or not - to make it larger. Later tonight I will move it to my photos on my page.
    2748 days ago
  • no profile photo CD4569907
    Way to go on making specific measurable goals. I'm not sure how new you are to the running scene, but Mary (Hillrunner) our leader on CAMO has run 12 marathons if you ever need to bounce ideas or get pointers I know she would be willing. Look forward to seeing you meet and exceed those goals! emoticon
    2748 days ago
  • no profile photo CD13669487
    Some is a little hard to read, but what a great way to visualize your goals! Now go get'em!!!
    2748 days ago
  • no profile photo CD13099273
    Good Goals Shari - little hard to read but I understand the gist of it - you can dot !!
    2748 days ago
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