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Episode 43 Fitness Behavior - Are you letting yourself have this?

There's lots in this months show. I share a big lesson I've learnt by working with one of my clients lately plus I share a deeper thought on finding your passion. 


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thank you for this popcast - this is my first time listening having fairly recently started on the fitness experience!
You talk a lot about goals and celebrating these goals. To succeed do you always need goals or markers?

I have lost the weight I wanted to, and decided to start at the gym with a trainer to make sure that I keep fit and well as I age. I am enjoying it immensely but am struggling a bit with what can I be pleased about - what can I praise myself for? There is no "specific" goal, just a general sense of being well and getting fitter and stronger, (which is a good feeling) but there is no real sense of where is this going... it's fairly general and I think is leading to some self defeating thoughts. Eg what am I doing here, what is the point etc?
So the long winded question is, are goals necessary and do they need to be specific to be successful?

Thank you also for the kindness attitude. This works as long as the trainer is genuine...ie not just saying "hey you're doing great" each time, I need more than that and I think praise - or kindness along with a specific point is important rather than a generalisation.

September 17, 2014 | Unregistered Commenterjane

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