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Coach’s Corner: Resolutions Rise and Fall…


Resolutions Rise and Fall… Lets face: it we have all made those New Years resolutions before. “This year I am going to [insert inspirational resolution].” These goals often sound great at 12:01am on January 1 st ; however, the majority of people fall off the wagon just a few weeks into the year. We put

Resolutions Rise and Fall…

Lets face: it we have all made those New Years resolutions before. “This year I am going to [insert inspirational resolution].” These goals often sound great at 12:01am on January 1 st ; however, the majority of people fall off the wagon just a few weeks into the year. We put so much pressure on ourselves to completely change our entire lifestyle, then inevitably we just slightly falter [ex. missing a gym day, enjoying Sunday brunch, skipping our mobility, etc.) and we go back to our old ways. So how do we break out of this cycle? The first thing we have to do is change our mental approach toward the goals that we set!

For example: if you say that “I’m not going to eat pizza for 2018″, that is obviously not a feasible goal, especially if pizza is one of your favorite foods and you are trying to give it up. You’ve already turned your goal into a punishment simply by the rule you created. Instead, break down your goals into smaller chunks, more reasonable and quantifiable measures, and allow yourself some margin of error. Tell yourself “let’s not eat pizza for a month,” then evaluate the efforts when you when you achieve that goal and treat yourself (hopefully with something other than pizza…)!

The Resolution Rush of January is over, so this year when you set your goals, remember that in order to succeed, you must start with a strong mental game. And even if you falter here and there, just remember you still have plenty of time (365 days to be exact) to make it right.

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