2014 Fitness Goals

Check it out. I’m not really a new year’s resolution type of guy (anymore). I haven’t done that in a year or two. I made it clear back then that it would be my last year participating in what I think is nothing more than a feel-good approach to procrastination.

Instead, I decided to take the foundations of what would have been my resolutions and worked on making them different elements of my overall lifestyle (think about that).

At this point, I think I’ve succeeded with fitness. It has leaked off into how I eat, how I think, my priorities, what attracts me to certain women, where I choose to live, and many other areas.

So while I do have certain fitness goals, they’re always short term. Whether I have a goal or not, I’m going to stay fit. So I leave it at that and consistency takes the wheel.

How about you? Do you set long term fitness goals or embrace the lifestyle? Both?

Author: Sean Davis

I'm a simple guy. I like to code and I like to workout. I'm all about growth and just about everything else is nonsense in my book.

3 thoughts on “2014 Fitness Goals”

  1. Sean – I’ve pretty much done away with the idea of making New Year’s Resolutions, too (I prefer daily ones)….except for this one: “May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope you read some fine books and kiss someone who thinks you’re wonderful, and don’t forget to make some art — write or draw or build or sing or live as only you can. And I hope, somewhere in the next year, you surprise yourself.” ~Neil Gaiman That’s not specifically fitness-related, but in a way, it is. ‘Cause in my mind, “fitness” is an-encompassing thing: Mind. Body. Spirit. And like you said, working toward/accomplishing one goal can be a catalyst for positively affecting so many other areas of life. So yes…in 2014, I plan to surprise myself even more than I did in 2013.

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