Monday Motivation: Own Your Goals


February 25, 2019
In Fitness

In my opinion, the most crucial step in accomplishing your fitness goals is owning your goals – allowing yourself to truly believe in what you want to achieve and committing to the idea that achieving this goal is possible.  It’s easy to let outside influences (other people’s opinions, our own insecurities, and the little life mishaps that our outside of our control) be an excuse to take a step back from your fitness goals. When we learn to take responsibly for where we are currently at, despite if we can or cannot control what’s going on around us, it helps us to become actively conscious and responsible for taking the small actions necessary to make our dream a reality.

 

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle.

 

This week I challenge you to take small steps towards one goal – whether it’s trying a different weight size with those bicep curls, or making it a point to squeeze in even a 15 minute HIIT workout before or after work. It’s the small actions done consistently each day that equal big changes down the line.

 

Here are two more workouts for the start of your week when you need a little extra motivation on that Monday!

 

Weekly Workout Challenge – 2/25

Repeat entire circuit 3x:

  • 100 Jump Rope
  • 40 Lunges
  • 75 Jump Rope
  • 30 Squats
  • 50 Jump Rope
  • 20 Sit Ups
  • 25 Jump Rope
  • 10 Push Ups

Weekly Workout Challenge – 3/04

For the first round, perform 20 reps of each exercise. For the second round, complete 15 reps of each. End the third & final round with 10 of each.

  • Squat Jumps
  • Weighted Squats
  • Burpees
  • Weighted Alternating Lunges
  • Skaters
  • Bicep Curls
  • Commandos
  • Shoulder Press
  • Mountain Climbers
  • Sit Ups
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Nora Lynch

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Nora is Suja’s Senior Financial Operations Analyst. Purely because it makes her happy, she is also an ACSM certified personal trainer at Bird Rock Fit and an ACE certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist. Nora is committed to living a healthy lifestyle and strives to help others make healthy choices become a habit so that they can have more free time and mental space for the things they love, and to create the life they want in every moment. For Nora, this includes traveling the world, spending time with friends and family, writing and exploring the outdoors. She is a firm believer that time is too precious of a gift to waste and that it should be used wisely to create a long, beautiful life!