“If you would hit the mark, you must aim a little above it.” By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

“There’s no shame in not meeting all of our goals, as long as our goals make us stretch. If we want to run a marathon in under 3 hours, we’ll train differently than if we want to run it in 4 hours. Maybe we won’t finish in 3 hours, but we’ll likely do better than if we were striving for 4.

This doesn’t mean we should set goals that are impossible. If we do, there’s a good possibility that we will become frustrated and quit.

I will set realistic goals that challenge me and try hard to meet them. Maybe, just maybe, I will achieve these goals. If I don’t, I will still have done well.” Linda Picone

Published by FitGuy46

Hi I’m a recent grad from NASM. I am a Certified Personal Trainer. I specialize in fitness assessment, program design and weight training. I want to help people who have had difficulties in the past incorporating fitness as a lifetime goal. My desire is to help potential clients see fitness as a lifetime endeavor. My philosophy is that fitness should be sustainable and a lifelong goal. My plan as a fitness coach is to teach my clients to make and incorporate fitness as a permanent part of their lives to be engaging, and for the outcome to continuously be revolving into a better physical shape. Make it a GREAT DAY!!! Philip “FitGuy46”

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