“I think the vast majority of people set the wrong goals—ones that are too ambitious or that can’t be quantified” says Holland. Instead, it’s important to work toward smaller benchmarks, agrees Woll—losing six pounds in six weeks, for example, or to run a 5K in two months and a half marathon in a year, she says. “Your end goals will change as you reach them, but they always need to be set.” To keep yourself on track, keep your goal front and center: Sign up for a race and circle the date on your calendar, or hang up an old pair of pants that you’d like to fit back into three months from now.
Anike Ekina writes on her website “Dreams are there to live them, I live my dream and adapt to my goals. I am not perfect, who is that? And by my handicap, also a little limitation in many things, but I find 93 – 63 – 93 is also ok. Faith in yourself is what […]
There’s nothing like a bit of summer sun to get people wanting to try something energetic, whether that’s having a go at a new activity on holiday or going back to a sport you stopped playing. After a period of inactivity, however, your body might need a bit of time to adjust to new demands, […]
If you suffer from back pain you are far from alone – it’s an affliction that’s as common as a cold in winter, and it can arise for any number of reasons. A familiar cause is a less-than optimal desk set-up that’s left you hunched over a keyboard, but you could also tweak your back […]