February 03, 2014

Exercising Goals

Researchers for the YMCA found that 70 percent of exercisers who set specific goals stuck with their programs for an entire year. Over 75 percent of those who did not set goals dropped out. One easy way to set and keep your fitness goals is to use a training log. Be sure to keep it simple to ensure success. Record the type and duration of your workouts and cardio sessions and your total exercise time.

Researchers for the YMCA found that 70 percent of exercisers who set specific goals stuck with their programs for an entire year. Over 75 percent of those who did not set goals dropped out. One easy way to set and keep your fitness goals is to use a training log. Be sure to keep it simple to ensure success. Record the type and duration of your workouts and cardio sessions and your total exercise time.

Researchers for the YMCA found that 70 percent of exercisers who set specific goals stuck with their programs for an entire year. Over 75 percent of those who did not set goals dropped out. One easy way to set and keep your fitness goals is to use a training log. Be sure to keep it simple to ensure success. Record the type and duration of your workouts and cardio sessions and your total exercise time. Researchers for the YMCA found that 70 percent of exercisers who set specific goals stuck with their programs for an entire year. Over 75 percent of those who did not set goals dropped out. One easy way to set and keep your fitness goals is to use a training log. Be sure to keep it simple to ensure success. Record the type and duration of your workouts and cardio sessions and your total exercise time.