I want to share with you today my health goals. I know I wrote yesterday about YOUR goal setting mindset. I thought writing about my goals and MY goal setting mindset today would be a great addition to yesterdays post. CLICK HERE to read yesterdays post.
So you read yesterdays post and you probably got out of the post that I am not a huge fan of big goals that have little meaning. I like setting goals that have meat. I like goals that force you tho change for the better during the process of smashing them.
My goal each day is to destroy the workout. My goal and each and everyday is to give my absolute best to make me better both physically and mentally.
Today’s workout is 3 rounds for time of 1 mile run and 10 heavy back squats. I really don’t care what my actually time is. I just want to kill it.
So what does that do for my long term goals?
It gets me closer and that is the key.
My big goal for this year is to qualify for the “Wodapalooza Fitness Festival”. I won’t get into the specifics of that that requires but let’s just say that I need to get a whole lot better.
Did you catch that?
I’m not trying to hit a number on the scale or a time. I am wanting to get better each day.
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My ultimate goal is to quality for he CrossFit Games. I accept that I am probably 2 years away from reaching that goal so I will work for the Wodapalooza goal now and reach for the bigger goal later.
Each day I set a goal for my workout and I hit it or I don’t. If I hit my goal it builds strength and confidence. If I miss my goal it gives me the opportunity to re-focus and possibly identify a weakness. Each day I am also thinking about my next competition. For me its the CrossFit Open at end of February. Then it’s a local competition in April.
You see how I stack goals?
I always have daily goal then I always have an next goal and one after that.
Do you have a goal for today? Do you have a goal that you are working towards from today’s workout? How about the next goal?
I just thought that I would share with you the way that I approach goals with my fitness. What do you think?