Goals

Believe in Yourself...

Have Total Nonstop Accountability

Taking the first step is often the hardest thing to do... Wandering around with no plan, wastes time. To avoid letting another oppertunity go by, you shold follow these steps:

Step One.

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Set a Time FRAME

Pick a Reasonable Schedule To Complete Your Goal

Step Two.

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BE ACCOUNTABLE

Set 'Check In' times and progress updates. Always do them ON TIME and stick to it !

Step Three.

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ANNOUNCE IT

Tell Everyone!. Also Use Social Media To Hold You To It!

Why Set...

A FITNESS GOAL?

If you want to change the way that your body looks you need to have a goal. Goals are necessary in order to come up with a plan of attack. Without a clear goal you will no doubt waste time with the program or routine, that will leave you spinning your wheels and getting nowhere. You may want to get into shape, to simply feel better, or you may want to take it to the next level and develop a head turning physique.

Regardless of how big or small your goal is, you must first recognize and set that goal. This is a necessary step in order to fully understand what you have to do to achieve it. Most people spend too much time doing the wrong thing, or not following the correct path to accomplish their goals. Just like sports specific training, there is goal specific training. If a sprinter trains the way a marathon runner does the sprinter will become a worse sprinter not a better one. If you are doing the wrong type of exercise or eating the wrong way for your goal you will never reach it. This is Where #teamtna will help you layout the plan of attack to achieve your goal.

How Important Is...

Achieving Your Goal?

If you want to change the way that your body looks you need to have a goal. Goals are necessary in order to come up with a plan of attack. Without a clear goal you will no doubt waste time with the program or routine, that will leave you spinning your wheels and getting nowhere. You may want to get into shape, to simply feel better, or you may want to take it to the next level and develop a head turning physique. Some things to consider:

expectations

Are they realistic?

LifeStyle

Am I willing to change?

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WORKOUTS

How many days to commit?

TimeLine

Is it reasonable schedule?

Priority

How bad do you want this?

Basically it all boils down to how much you are willing to sacrifice for this goal. Only the lucky few walk around in great shape without sacrificing for it. Some people have won the genetic lottery and can eat whatever they want and don’t exercise but look great. Most people are not so lucky and have to sacrifice on some level (time, money, comfort) to achieve the look they want. Make no mistake, if you want to change your level of health or the shape of your body you will have to sacrifice something. Your present lifestyle has got you where you are today and you have will to change it. The more extreme you want your body image the more extreme your sacrifices are going to be.

Setting Fitness Goals...

Long & Short Term

Some of us are just more deadline-driven than others and by giving yourself a specific point at which you’ll have to prove your stuff (beyond looking fit in the photos), you’ll be that much more motivated to keep up with your training. Setting goals is important, but did you realize that there are both short-term and long-term fitness goals ? While they are different, each one is important in its own right, and both will go a long way toward helping you achieve the body, fitness level and overall health you desire.

Short-Term...

GOALS

Goals that achievable in a shorter amount of time. These are considered short-term goals because they are more quickly attained. Some examples of short-term goals could be:

Lower your body fat

percentage / recomposition
cut 10 - 20 lbs

Hit a specific weight

in a given amount of time

Get stronger

Reach a strength goal
Hit A new PR

Prep for a Photoshoot

wedding or event

Long-Term...

GOALS

Often take more time, more perseverance and more willpower to achieve. They are equally important, however, and shouldn’t be ignored if you want to make continued progress. Some examples of long-term goals could be:

Dramatic Weight lose

Permanent Life Style Change
50 – 100+ lbs

Physique contest

Build a Stage Worthy Body

Lowering your BMI

lower cholesterol levels
no more pills

Train for an event

Power Lifting, Cross-fit, marathon

Be Specific...

Be Goal Driven

While there’s no such thing as a bad goal, having more specific intentions can be even more powerful, especially when you can measure that progress along the way. Everyone needs to have a short term and long term fitness goal to ensure continued progress. We have worked with all types of people from 500+lbs morbidly obese to top fitness models and competitors. In all situations, every type of person will always have this common requirement. If you are looking to change your body image or level of health then setting a fitness goal is definitely a must. #teamtna is here to help you set and achieve your fitness goals.

commit to A Health and fitness Goal...

challenge yourself. take it to the next level.

The fitness goal you decide upon does not have to be a goal that has been suggested here... However, by now you should have some idea of a 'short term' fitness goal in mind. This is good enough to get you started and build upon.

IF YOU DO have a goal in mind, that’s Great!.. The TeamTNA community is here for you with support and advice. We would love to hear all the details.

IF YOU DON’T have a goal, that’s just fine too… You can always proceed below and ask for some advice / guidance from the TeamTNA community.

The best thing to do now:

  1. Register with the TeamTNA fitness community. All you need is a valid email address, It’s totally FREE of charge.

  1. After you have received your information via email, confirm your account and log into the site.
  1. Use the form below to created a new topic / thread, announcing your fitness goal.

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