Strength in Conditioning for Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Perhaps the only thing more cliche for the general population than setting a New Years resolution is not sticking with it. But here at SICFIT Scottsdale, there is nothing “general” about us. In fact, for us, setting a resolution for the New Year might seem a redundant because we are constantly “resoluting” to better ourselves throughout the year.
But why not ride the wave of intentional transformation that the new year brings and set ourselves up with some new goals to meet. Here are a few ways to make your New Years resolutions stand out from the rest of your very many goals:
- Take some time to write out your intentions for the new year. Writing is a powerful tool of personal contemplation and makes our goals more concrete. (If writing and verbal expression isn’t your thing, try making a vision board with images and words from magazines and newspapers.)
- Visualize what meeting your goal would look and feel like by the year’s end. By cultivating the image of success in our minds, we subconsciously align ourselves with our goal, making all the thoughts and actions required to achieve it flow from us naturally.
- Reflect on our resolutions with someone important to us. Talking about our goals with a trusted supporter makes us accountable to not just ourselves, but to our confidant as well.
Regardless of what method you choose to create a strong and thoughtful New Years resolution, remember that SICFIT Scottsdale is always one of your biggest supporters! Tell us about your goals and how we can help you achieve them and you know we got your back!
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