Health & Fitness Goals
Setting a goal for your workout or nutrition program is vital to your success. When you're trying to become more physically active, set realistic health and fitness goals to stay motivated. They provide a measure of how well you are doing. These templates can be adopted and converted directly into active goals and tasks for you to use in the program.
Lose 10 Pounds in 60 Days
Setting weight loss goals is probably one of the more difficult steps of a weight loss program. This template shows you how to setup a weight loss goal that might work for you. It attacks your weight loss goal from two sides: exercise and diet. By tracking and taking action on both sides you will find it much easier to lose weight and maintain the loss.
Each year hundreds of thousands of people quit smoking. So can you. It's not easy, but quitting smoking is the single best thing you can do to improve your health and your quality of life. This template for quitting smoking focuses on two main factors of a successful quit attempt: awareness and support. Only people who truly understand that they want to quit themselves and determine to do so can really start to quit. Also first time quitters need all the support there is. Engaging in a community or group or friends and family that provide the needed emotional support can make all the difference.
Start Working Out
Start Eating Healthy
Eating healthy is easier than you might think. Use this template to adjust your daily diet over the next few weeks and you'll see just how easy it is. By making small changes like these over time, and taking them one at a time, not trying to rush into all of them at once, the changes are more likely to stick.
Run 365 Miles in One Year
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg set a New Year's resolution to run 365 miles in one year. He called the distance "not a crazy amount ... it's a mile a day." Over time, he improved his stamina and can now pound the pavement up to 20 miles on some days, while still feeling "pretty good." Use this template if you like to reach a similar goal yourself. First 3 months have already been mapped out for you. All you need is follow the plan and stick to your goal.
Build 7 Small Habits That Add Up to Major Weight Loss
When it comes to weight loss, it’s the little things that can really add up to make a big difference. For lasting weight loss, research shows you’re better off making small, consistent changes rather than aiming for a major diet or lifestyle overhaul. Use this template to install habits that will help you make small and easy changes for eating healthier and losing weight.