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Beginning a new task can be difficult.

When we are looking at the task as a whole, it can feel like a huge, overwhelming weight hanging over our heads. This leads us to put it off, when in fact, the best action we could take is to get started now.

❌Diving in without a plan could leave us feeling frustrated and even more overwhelmed than before.

✅Planning out our project means we can both start and finish it. Our plan places us in control and breaks down the big project into smaller, more manageable steps. –

🧗Accomplishing one step at a time keeps your momentum going so that you can finish your project once and for all.

How does this relate to fitness?

🏋️Deciding you want to become stronger without a plan will lead to disappointing and likely random results. Choosing to become stronger and beginning a structured, individualized workout plan suited to your goals and abilities and executed consistently will lead to results.

If you’re a beginner with the goals of performing 10 full chest-to-floor bodyweight push-ups and squatting your bodyweight, those are absolutely attainable goals that can be worked toward with a plan. Having shorter term goals along the way (2 push-ups, then 5 push-ups, etc) will keep you motivated and excited to keep going.

What’s the big project or goal you haven’t tackled yet? Cleaning the house counts as a big project, imo. 🙃

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