Why you should set up your Goal Setting Session!

According to Wikipedia the exact definition of a goal is:

A desired result a person or a system envisions, plans and commits to achieve a personal or organizational desired end-point in some sort of assumed development. Many people endeavor to reach goals within a finite time by setting deadlines.

What does it mean to us?

It helps us understand your Why. What I mean by this is why do you come to the gym, why do you hang out with us and what can we do to help you on your journey.  Everyone has different reasons for coming to CrossFit Reanimated and we want to make sure you’re getting the most out of your time. 

Some people want to just feel good and be healthy, others may want to get ready for an adventure race, you name it the list goes on and on.  We have the tools to help you focus on what you want to achieve, measure, and keep growing.

Our goal is to help you figure out what it is you really want to work on and focus on that instead of what you might think you should be working on. 

How does it work?

1.     Use this link to set up your goal setting session with one of our trainers.

2.     We’ll talk privately about what’s important to you

3.     We’ll come up with an action plan and prescription for you to work on over the next 2-3 months

4.     Three months from your goal setting session you’ll be asked to set up another goal setting session and we’ll see what kind of progress you’ve been making and do it all over again!

Here are a few reasons to set up your goal setting session with one of our trainers.

1.     Goals Give you focus:

If you don’t know what to focus on you might end up doing the same things over an over again expecting some kind of outcome and result that’s just not feasible.  When we narrow down some specific goals, come up with an action plan and put that in motion we now have plan.

2.     Goals allow you to measure progress:

Once we set some specific goals now we’re going to start measuring them based on some specific parameters.  Say you want to get a pull up.  We might give you a homework assignment to work on for the next 4 weeks. You do that said homework assignment and 4 weeks from today we retest your pullup strength and we have measurable progress. 

3.     Goals give you Motivation

By making a goal you give yourself a concrete endpoint to aim for and get excited about. It gives you something to focus on and put 100% of your effort into and this focus is what develops motivation.

Goals are simply tools to focus your energy in positive directions, these can be changed as your priorities change, new ones added, and others dropped.