Now’s the Time to Set Fitness Goals for 2015

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skinny guy with muscles in the background on a chalkboard

This guy knows what his fitness goals are this year.

Have you started thinking about them yet? The goals. The big ones that you’re planning for 2015. Now’s the time. Don’t put it off until later. You only have a week before 2014 bites the dust and you venture unguided into an exciting new year.

Make the Most of it

There are probably a few goals you’ve been putting off. Maybe it’s losing those last 10 pounds. Maybe you want to look great on the beach for that Caribbean holiday you’ve planned for March or compete in your first bodybuilding show. Maybe you just finally want to get your diet on track and stop yo-yo dieting forever (I highly recommend this as a goal!). There’s no better time like the present! Well, yesterday would have been great but unless you have a time machine you can’t change it so don’t worry. Just don’t let another day go by without committing to your goal.

Set them high

If you set a vague, lame goal like “try to eat better in 2015” then you won’t accomplish much. Make your goals specific. Make your goals achievable. Set them as high as you think you can reach – maybe higher. No one ever accomplished anything by having wussy goals.

Make a Plan

How are you going to change your diet to achieve your goals? How often will you work out? Who will you ask for advice and guidance along the way? Think it through – quickly. Don’t get too caught up with tiny details, but make sure there’s a solid framework to make progress.

Do it!

You don’t need to put things off for a week until the clock ticks into 2015. Set yourself up to achieve your fitness goals by having a plan in place. Get whatever fitness equipment you need. Decide how you’re going to track and prepare your meals.

All the tools are at your disposal.

Make your move.

Ivana Chapman 

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Ivana Chapman

Ivana Chapman

Ivana Chapman BSc BA CSCS is a Canadian fitness and nutrition coach, happy wife, and mom to an energetic 6-year-old boy. She is a writer, published fitness model, speaker, 3rd Dan black belt in Shotokan Karate, former World Cup Karate Champion, one-time marathoner, and CBBF National level Natural Bikini competitor. She loves weight training and chocolate, not always in that order of preference.
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