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Health and Fitness Nutrition
Provide for Goal Evaluation. At the end of each short- and long-term goal, evaluate performance,
dedication, motivation, and well you did to achieve (or surpass) your goals. From this information it
will be easier to establish future goals, and to make goals easier or more challenging, by learning
from mistakes, failures, and successes. Also, evaluate the backup plans of action and if any of those
steps needed to be implemented, your problem-solving skills, what went right, what went wrong, and
any factors that were not considered.
Provide Goal Support. Share goals with others, such as a loved one, friends, a mentor, or
associates on the Internet. Telling people about what you intend to achieve increases support and
keeps you on the path to prove your ability rather than experiencing humiliation or embarrassment
from backing down when the going gets tough. Regular updates on a long-term goal, and how each
short-term goal is proceeding will keep you in check and sustain motivation.
About the Author
Brian D. Johnston is the Director of Education and President of the I.A.R.T. fitness certification and
education institute. He has written over 12 books and is a contributing author to the Merck Medical
Manual. An international lecturer, Mr. Johnston wears many hats in the fitness and health industries,
and can be reached at info@ExerciseCertification.com. Visit his site at
www.ExerciseCertification.com for more free articles.
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