As we take on a new year, Gina-Feet-Pic_1710963126we take on new goals. Before we set these goals, we need to reflect in our daily lives and highlight where we succeed. Maybe you managed to walk the dog every morning, found more time to read more from your favorite author, or consistently got the kids to practice on time. Go you! When you think about goal setting, build more habits on the foundation of your existing routine. For example, wake up 30 minutes earlier and walk the dog twice as far, or bring your book to the gym and kill two birds with one stone as you read on the stationary bike, or possibly use your children’s practice time as your cardio time.

finsih line photo 1Setting realistic goals that you can reach on a weekly basis such as going for a run at least 4 times a week, or prepping lunch at least 3 times a week are good starters. Setting attainable goals will boost your confidence and motivate you to keep pushing.

Every day your goal is to be better today than you were yesterday. Here at Running Wild we have numerous groups across the entire skill spectrum, everyone with the common goal to push ourselves to be better than we were yesterday. When you have found your improvements you are making to your daily routine, come find your tribe at Running Wild and let us work together to be the best you that you can be.