let's face it - writing down goals works. research shows that people who write down their goals are 75% more likely to achieve them. true - living a healthy, fit lifestyle takes discipline and hard work, but setting up yourself for success starts with jotting down your goals and making a realistic plan for achieving them.
introducing fitbook? - the personalized, flexible and functional fitness journal that offers a unique system to plan for success, track your progress, and reach your goals.
1. have a game plan
whether your goals are to tone up or slim down, it's important to write down your goals. set your 12-week goals - then set smaller goals on a weekly basis so you have a plan for achieving your long-term goals.
2. track your progress
record your workouts and log your food intake - research shows that the act of just putting this info down on paper is key to reaching your goals. plus - you can go back and see your progress throughout the entire 12 weeks.
3. reach your goals
reflect on your 12-week goals, log your accomplishments, and reward yourself! then get ready to plan your next 12 weeks.
I have said a number of times that I need to lose weight. It's so much easier said than done. It's just so hard to stick with a plan.
Fitbook has made that task a little bit easier for me. I can track all of my progress, so I know where I'm at all the time. In the beginning, you write down all of your measurements, so in the end you will see the before and after right next to each other. I think that's great because it helps to show you real results. Then each week, I write a plan down, my current stats, goals and notes. I even write in what I eat.
I think this book is wonderful because I'm one of those people that really do need to see everything laid out right there for me to see. It wil play a large part in my weight loss journey.
Fitbook is available for $19.95 and is proudly made in the USA on 100% recycled paper.
of reviewing. Opinions expressed are my own, take it or leave it!