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Setting Reasonable Goals

Sunday, January 07, 2018

So, I just saw a coach video regarding setting smart and reasonable goals. I have always looked at the big picture and gotten discouraged when I reach a plateau or not lost as I thought I should have in a week. I am always sidelined by food. My small goals are to get through each day by sticking with the food plan. I also want to spend at least 10 minutes each day in some form of exercise. As I get older, I find that I am less and less agile. I want to improve my agility, be able to get outdoors more, follow my eating plan and feel better overall. If I lose some weight in the meantime, great! I will strive to not be a slave to the scale. Realistically speaking, I should lose 60 pounds. I am 64 years old. If I can lose 40 pounds, I will be more than happy.
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  • LADYANDREA2012
    Baby steps will do it, one day at a time, one hour at a time every five minutes at a time. We are here to support each other so reach out and we will be here to bring you support. Go for it and make it happen.
    686 days ago
  • MARTHA324
    That's the way to go! Setting small realistic goals really works. Trust me....it did for me when I started at age 61.
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    707 days ago
  • SHELLLEY2
    I have noticed how much more difficult it is to lose weight the older I get. It used to just melt off without much effort. Kind of frustrating. Even 10 minutes of exercise will help break through plateaus.... I love that you are looking at your program realistically. Its the only way to succeed!! Best of luck to you :)
    707 days ago
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