Making Success Happen

Here’s how a structure my goals. I read them daily and write them by hand often. I memorize them and leave copies of them all over the place. I know I’ll acheive them one and all. That’s my experience.

Daily Goals

  • I am following a planned training schedule today. I am pushing myself to
    improve with every workout. I am building a fantastic foundation for cycling season.
  • I am recording my diet and exercise data today.
  • I am planning and preparing six healthy meals today. I am staying within my calorie limits. I am putting real thought into getting the most out of what I eat and what I do to reach my physical goals.
  • I am drinking the right amount of water today. I am hydrating before during and after ALL exercise.
  • I am getting seven to eight hours of sleep today. Peak performance and energy requires proper rest.
  • I am stretching every day, no matter what.

Weekly Goals

  • I am burning at least a pound of fat this week.
  • I am planning my diet and purchasing the correct foods this week. Our kitchen has plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, lean meats, good starches and healthy fats.
  • I am getting three great workouts at the gym this week. I can feel the increased power in my core.
  • I am riding the number of miles needed to complete my training plan.

3-Month Goals

  • By the week of February 21st, I weigh 195 pounds or less. The positive change in my appearance is noticeable.
  • I am riding at least 12 centuries by 2/21/2011.
  • On February 21st, 2011 I have maintained a constant workout discipline since November. My
    core strength is the best it has ever been. My flexibility is the best it has ever been.

One Year Goals

  • By the end of 2011 I’ve completed 11,000 miles in the saddle or more.
  • By the end of 2011 I’ve ridden 30 centuries or more
  • At the end of 2011, I will have maintained a weight of 200lbs or less for 10 months.

Ultimate Long Term Goal
I am fit, healthy and attractive because I make the right choices and work hard.