Review and Improve / by Stephen Cooper

How do you know if you are improving (as it relates to fat loss and fitness)?

After each boot camp class, I check off those who came and those who missed.  For those who miss without letting me know what's up, I send them an email asking what happened.

My clients know that I'm going to hold them accountable...but how about you?  How do you keep yourself on track?

Here is one thing that I personally use that keeps me moving forward.

It's an app called Coach.me.  It's a very simple and free app where you can create and track your goals.  It's simplicity is what makes it so helpful.  You can create simple goals like "drink X amount of water today", "exercise", "stretch/recovery work", etc..  Then just swipe to check it off your list.  It's a nice little win for the day when you can check these things off your list. You can also review how you've done for the week, month, and year.

I'd rather you focus on mastering the habits, rather than putting too much pressure on yourself to reach a certain goal, say "I want to lose 10 pounds by Monday".  I've found that weight can fluctuate a lot, and it comes off in spurts.  You can control your effort towards your habits and goals, but you can't predict when and how much weight will come off.

Don't over complicate things.  

Boot Camp Calendar:

Nov 11th Veterans Day - Regular Class Schedule

Nov 26 & 27th No Classes, Off for Thanksgiving