Fitness goals can either inspire you or overwhelm you. Many people join a gym filled with enthusiasm and expectations. However, if you don’t have a fitness plan it’s easy to lose motivation when you don’t see the results you expect right away.
Here are some things to consider when you’re setting your personal fitness goals:
Know Your End Result
When you’re creating a plan, it’s a good idea to begin with the end in mind. No matter whether your goal is to boost your fitness, lose some weight, tone up your body, or build mental and physical strength, it’s important you have a clear idea of what you’re trying to achieve.
Be Realistic about Your Schedule
You might intend to work out for an hour each day to help you reach your goals faster, but it’s important to be realistic about your schedule. Your fitness plan needs to be mindful of your personal schedule.
Create Your Plan
Once you’ve clarified your intended result, you’re in a better position to build an effective plan that suits your schedule. If you’re unsure of the best types of exercise or equipment you need to help you achieve your goals, ask a personal trainer to recommend the best plan of attack for you.
Your trainer should put together some suggestions for the types of physical activity you should be doing to get the results you want. For example, you might alternate your workouts to include aerobic and cardio activities, resistance training, strength training, and flexibility or stretching exercises.
We offer personal trainers who will work with you to customise your fitness plan to suit your personal goals.
There are times when joining in on a group fitness class can help boost your motivation. However, many gyms limit you to attending classes only when they have instructors available at pre-set class times.
By comparison, FNF gives you access to HIIT training with Qmax which are high intensity instructor led classes that are guaranteed to fast track your results!
Choose the Best Gym
Ideally, the gym you join should offer a complete range of fitness equipment. You should have access to cardio equipment, strength training and free weights, as well as dedicated areas to work on other activities to suit your plan.
When it’s time to create your personal fitness plan, be realistic about your goals and your schedule. If you put together a plan that works in with your current work and life obligations, you’re much more likely to stick to it over the long term.