Want to lose weight? Fit into an old pair of jeans? Reduce your Blood Sugar readings? Lose centimetres off your tummy? Feel younger and have more energy?
Whatever your goals are, try to make them as S.M.A.R.T. as possible.
(Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-Based)
We suggest that you set yourself a variety of goals that involve several different types of measurements.
Relying on only one measurement of progress, such as the scale, is a recipe for disaster because progress is a complex process that often involves many small mental, physical, and emotional wins that add up to the end result. If you only ever look for the final result, you may miss all the other awesome things that you have been achieving.
If you want some ideas, take a look at: 10 Measurements That Are Better Than The Scale.
While coming up with these goals, spend some time thinking about what BEHAVIOURS are going to help you achieve these goals.
You can set as many S.M.A.R.T. goals as you want, but you are still unlikely to achieve them unless you perform the daily actions required to achieve those goals.
Use the list creator below to add 3 different goals that you want to achieve over the next 8 weeks.
(Click the block / plus on the right to add a new row)