How to reach your goals in 2023
Have you read he'd your 2022 goals?
Most probably not all of them…
I am here to tell you that this is absolutely normal!
At the beginning of every year, we all set ambitious goals and promise ourselves to pursue them no matter what comes our way. And yes, buying a gym membership is not motivating enough to change your whole work-life balance routine.
Besides, 9 out of 10 times the only thing you wish to reach after work hours is your comfortable couch, isn’t that right?
Hold on there, as one friend once said, “Just do it!” and believe us when we say it can be as easy as it sounds. So here are three driving forces towards reaching all your goals and can be applied for physical, emotional and mental success.
Everything is in your mind
There is nothing more difficult as we imagine it to be. And the more we think, the harder it feels. At the end of the day, it all comes down to self-consciousness, discipline and respect.
The first step in achieving your goal is to take a moment to
respect your goal. Know what it means to you to achieve it.
The brain runs on food, water, sleep and physical exercise!
All devices have a “refresh” button and when, for example, your laptop crashes, you know what to do to fix it. Well, it’s almost the same with your body, but in working mode, the food is only a temporary solution, and sleeping is not really an option…Especially if your day passes before the computer and most of the tasks require a lot of focus, it’s normal that your brain will need breaks. One of the best ways to distract your mind is by warming up the muscles and accelerating heart rhythm. A few short exercises can clear your mind and even make you overcome a creative block.
But how does it work?
It is proven that daily training can naturally relieve stress. What’s more, the challenge to achieve a new goal can be motivational, making you look forward to the next time you exercise. Whether you prefer yoga combined with cardio exercises or jogging, there is no doubt that good sweating and increased pulse rate is extremely important to stay in top form. Physical exercises help the brain work better and faster. Exercising has an important part of the overall well-being of the spirit and body. In a study conducted at the University of British Columbia, scientists discover that regular aerobic exercises (the ones that make you sweat, and increase heart rate and blood flow pumping) enlarge the size of the hippocampus, the area in the brain that plays a role in verbal memory and learning. Intensive workouts can help you be your best version at home and at your workplace, and help solve complex challenges for the brain.
Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, and others make it happen.
I feel good = I look good
Sports can certainly make you feel stronger, healthier and more beautiful. And when you really feel good, everyone starts to notice it. People seem to like you more, you become a more positive person, and all that reflects on your confidence. How sexy is that?!
Motivation is always the key to achieving your goals.
Are you ready to increase your physical activities and move to the next level of physical, emotional, and mental health? Do it.
What motivates you to train – the benefits to the psyche or to the physics?
Share your story with us in the comments!