I’m not a big fan of the treadmill. It gets the job done when you need to burn some calories. But most of the time I just feel like I’m running nowhere. And that’s never a good feeling. I’m dealing with that on a larger scale when it comes to my overall health.
I don’t have a goal!!! And even though I’m still logging my sweat sessions, I don’t feel like I’m getting anywhere…. probably because I have no idea where I’m going.
In the past, I’ve been training for a half marathon. Or I was working towards a pull-up. Or I was completing the Insanity program. Or I wanted to get better at push-ups. But right now… I’ve got nothing. And I can’t come up with a good goal to re-inspire me.
So, I’ve turned to my facebook folks and asked them – what’s YOUR fitness goal? And can I copy it??
Leslie said her goal was to work out every day. For Sharon, it’s all about working on lifting free weights. Love both of those! Shawn suggested that I just keep changing things up, so the workout sessions would always be fresh. Feel free to post your workout goal here: http://www.facebook.com/StaciaNaquinTV
Like I said – I may copy you! I’ve got to come up with something or I may end up logging no workouts at all. I need some inspiration and hope you can help!
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