weeklygoals - 2/2 plus a word about goal settingby
reviewing last week’s goals and setting new goals for this week, think about half habits. I suggest reading..., we ought to be able to just jump into the middle of it and be perfect at it. We set great big overwhelming goals...
Zero Week Recovery Week & New Goalsby
from Hal Higdon:
"Generally, it takes a minimum of two to three weeks for the body to recover... will have lost your main training goal. Olympic champion Frank Shorter says: "You’re not ready to run...
Start to the Week - Goals Editionby
of last week - although I’m in column one.
I really noticed how not having specific goals for the week effected my performance. So,
Goals for the week:
Attempt to complete Week Five of theHundred Pushups Challenge...
I reached next week's running goal today!by
I mentioned in my last post that my goal of reaching 1 mile of running in the 1.5 miles of my workout would likely be reached on Wednesday of next week. I was pleasantly surprised that my body...
WeeklyGoal — Get Outsideby
If you put it in writing, then you’re visualizing it. Give yourself a weeklygoal, post... more than I wanted. The cold, at times, was dangerous. This week holds the promise of spring. No excuses now.
Goals for the Coming Weekby
So last weeksgoals were:
Gym work-out 3 days - Had a tough time getting there but delighted... yet.
My goals for the coming week are:
Get out of the 190s - I don't usually make weight goals but I think...
Goals For The Week of 7/21/08by
, Sun so this week is going to be a big challenge after all!
Goal #1: I am going to complete week 4... for me.
Unlike last week I did not include a “lose X pounds goal.” I did this not because I think such short...
WeeklyGoal–Make It a Habitby
it off my list, and feel more energized during the lazy afternoons.
WeeklyGoal: Make It a Habit
Photo by +angst
Staying fixed on a goal can be hard work, sometimes harder than achieving the goal...