“Failing to plan is planning to fail.”
It’s great to just train and assume goals are being met, but it’s a lot better to set some clear objectives which are revisited, addressed & built upon. Setting smaller tasks aligned with your long term in mind allows you to track your progress & stay motivated.
While physiological composition (body fat & measurements etc which will be taken) is important & generally what most people will want to address, a clearer understanding of what someone ultimately wants allows us to create a structured plan which will make that individual more likely to succeed.
So someone might say they want to lose weight & increase fitness (away from goal), we’ll delve deeper to create a SMART (toward to goal).
I.e the weight loss could be linked to being more mobile to play with the kids & the fitness long term to have the ability to go hiking with friends.
With that in mind the program changes considerably for that individual. So while on the surface many people seem to have similar goals (weight loss, muscle gain, core conditioning, strength), the WHY in every case is completely unique to the individual.
Also, circumstances are completely different for everyone and must also be adhered to. So while, let’s say a student & a father of two with a management job, might have the exactly the same goals – increase muscle and have strength & explosive power to play 5-a-side soccer, their approach would be different. So while it might be realistic to give the student a four day training week on top of his activity, a two day would suffice for the dad.
Knowing the value of goal setting & tracking, we’ve added it to our product offering in 2021. Let’s get you focused, working towards your goals & living at your peak.