How To Set Realistic Fitness Goals

You’re here because you want to be fit. But what does that mean? Lose some weight, be able to run 5K, get stronger or be flexible enough to touch your toes?

Being vague won’t get results. That’s why you need fitness goals.

What Are Fitness Goals?

A fitness goal is a physical target or challenge you set for yourself.

How To Set Realistic Fitness Goals

Your goals should be tailored to your body shape, current fitness level, and aspirations. Work with what you have right now instead of trying to copy your favorite influencer.

Work out what you’re trying to achieve. It could be something obvious such as you’ve entered a race or signed up for a challenge. This is your long term fitness goal.

#1 Set Long Term Fitness Goals

#2 Set Intermediate Goals

Hitting those intermediate goals will show you’re on track for your long-term goals and help with motivation.

Learn how to measure progress. If you’re not getting the intermediate results you’re looking for, adjust what you’re doing to get there.

#3 Measure Progress

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