Jan 13, 2020
The fitness and gym subculture has been around for more than 50 years and fitness consumers have been conditioned that they must have specific goals for why they’re sweating. It seems like most people who start an exercise routine feel they need to have a specific reason for why they workout, so when asked, they provide a rote, canned response like, "to tone up and lose weight" thinking that is what an instructor or personal trainer wants to hear.
Is having a specific fitness goal really necessary? This Quick Fit Tip is a discussion of fitness goals and how you can set goals that help you succeed for the long run (as in the rest of your life).
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