The Key to Achieving Your Goals and Making Them Stick

Do you have a habit of setting a goal, but not following through and abandon it?

If so, you’re not alone! And instead of feeling bad, achieving a goal or not often comes down to how you approach it.

A huge part of my work is helping my clients achieve their goals, so I’ve come to learn what works and what doesn’t. Luckily, there is a formula that dramatically improves the realization of goals, and I use the same methodology for my own goals as well.

In this video, I share exactly how this formula works by breaking it down towards my personal goal of strengthening my core and improving my posture, which have suffered since the birth of my two children. This “SMART” approach to achieving goals might be something you’ve already heard about, but it works, and it’s what I coach my clients to help them tackle their goals, realistically, and measurably.

Watch this video to learn about:

  • The meaning of SMART goals
  • How each element of the SMART framework works together to support the achievement of a goal that is carefully planned, clear and trackable
  • The example of how I am applying the SMART strategy to my own goal

With this approach, you’ll gain confidence in knowing you can work towards a goal, achieve it, and make it stick!

Do you struggle with setting and following through on your nutrition and training goals? Do you want to become faster, stronger and healthier in a healthy way but are confused on how to make it happen?

Reach out to me and set up a free 15-minute consultation, so we can discuss your particular situation and fitness goals!

Want to read more about some incredible transformations my clients have had? Head on over to the testimonials page!


To get started and learn more, click HERE to schedule your FREE no obligation consultation! I’d love to talk to you and find out more about your goals and show you how I can help you get better at your sport and /or get healthier. Virtual Consultations available in the comfort of your home!

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