Fearless Fitness Update 1/23: Refocus. Recommit. 2011 is YOUR YEAR TO DOMINATE.

1.) Caroline Jordan Fitness Schedule and Special Events January 23-29:

Monday 1/24: 12:05pm Cycle Express San Francisco Bay Club, 5:30pm Competition Core and 6-645pm Chisel’d, 6:50-7:30pm Muscles On The Mat** EQUINOX

Tuesday 1/25: 12:30pm Cycling EQUINOX, 5pm Ball, 5:30pm BOSU, 6 pm Spin Circuit, and 7pm Sports Stretch Club One Citigroup

Wednesday 1/26: 5:30-6:00pm Competition Core, 6-645pm Chisel’d, 6:50-7:30pm Muscles On The Mat, 7:30-7:45pm Sports Stretch EQUINOX

Thursday 1/27: 12:30pm Cycling EQUINOX .

***Friday 1/28 and Saturday 1/29: I will be GONE for the BALLETONE AMBASSADOR ASSEMBLY in Boulder, Colorado. Really excited to LEARN and grow with other talented professionals in the fitness industry. Want to learn more about Balletone? Read THIS POST.

Find more information on specific club locations by clicking on the links included above.

**NEW CLASS: MUSCLES ON THE MAT! Join me Monday and Wednesday from 6:50-7:30 p.m. for a barefoot training class that will change the way you move and train. Strengthen, stretch, and sweat your way to your BEST year yet!

Whats the SECRET to making  your NEW YEARS resolutions a reality?! Getting quality SUPPORT with PERSONAL TRAINING. Programs are carefully tailored to fit the unique fitness needs of each client and combined with lifestyle coaching for complete health and happiness. With constant support, encouragement, and guidance…. you CAN and WILL achieve your wellness goals this year. . Don’t wait till next year to be healthier: Contact Me for details.

For other wonderful community fitness events, check out the lululemon athletica Grant Avenue community online SCHEDULE.

2.) Fearless Fitness Challenge of the Week: JUST. KEEP. GOING!

Are we there yet?

Congratulations my fearless friend! You have made it to the last week of January! How are your New Years goals coming? I know that if you continue to follow your dreams and goals, you’ll get results. I know you will. CHERISH and enjoy your accomplishments – I am SO proud of you for all of it!

But here’s where things start to get hard…. where you’re commitment is truly tested. You may have reached your goals, or be getting closer to them….. so now what happens? YOU KEEP GOING. There isn’t a finish line.  Don’t ever say “Whew! Im done!”. You’re not done. You’re never done. If you dont continue towards your new lifestyle goals , you’ll end up like everyone else who has reached a “set point” and jumped ship on their commitment. “Hey I lost the weight I needed to loose, I feel better, I don’t need to do this anymore.” “I took time off for work- life balance, I feel better, I dont need to do that anymore.” “I spent time on my flexibility and my hamstrings feel loose, Im done, I dont need to waste anymore time stretching. ”

WRONG. At the beginning of the year,  I asked you to do one thing, COMMIT. If you dont remain committed to your goals, all you’ve accomplished will disappear. Your weight will creep back up. Your work life balance will get out of whack. Your flexibility will diminish. Your old habits will return. And in the end, your body will decondition and compromise your health. Im not writing this to frighten you, or to preach, only to remind you of this very important fact: WE HAVE THE POWER TO TAKE CONTROL OVER OUR HEALTH AND FITNESS. Im asking you NOT to become a statistic. To get  your new, healthy goals to become a permanent part of your lifestyle.  This year you had a NEW BEGINING. The day after you reach your goals, you decide how you want to move forward and continue.  How will YOU be better?

If you’re starting to slip on your new healthy habits or resolutions, its time to REFOCUS. Here’s what I want you to do:

  • COMMIT to continuing the good work you started. Revisit your goals, check in, and  KEEP GOING.
  • STAY CONNECTED to the people you care about and those who have supported you/ support you in your goals.
  • CONDITION your mind, body, and spirit to stay with you through this journey, and allow you to savor every moment of it. We talk a lot about training the “inner athlete” – keep coming to class to  work on your “inner strength” along with an awesome physical workout 🙂
  • Do ONE THING A DAY that scares you and CREATE your life – ANYTHING is possible.

One thing about achieving health and fitness that goes unspoken and unwritten too often: “We know what we have to do”. Re-read your DECREE and your goals you wrote at the beginning of January. You have the game plan. You know your opponent. Maybe you have some fear – fear of change, fear of commitment, fear that you might actually discover how powerful you REALLY ARE and all your comforting excuses will have to be cast aside. That is scary. But fear is ok as long as you USE it. Not many people do. There are too many people letting fear guide them, too many scared people feeling trapped in lives that seem more like prison than living. Well my friends, lace up your shoes and START. Thats all you have to do. You will discover an energy shift that changes your health, your performance, you career, your relationships, and  your appetite for  life itself. Tie your shoes. Commit. MOVE.

I believe in you and am here to help you reach all your life goals. Take time this week to re-visit your goals and accomplishments – BE PROUD of yourself for all of it. JUST KEEP GOING – You are worth it 🙂

Thank you for being an amazing Fearless Fitness Family! Hope to see you in class this week before I head to Boulder. If you have any questions, comments, or need support in your wellness goals, let me know. Im here to see you succeed in all your goals and dreams 🙂

Have a GREAT week!

Caroline

“Champions know that there is a difference between interest and commitment. When you’re interested in something, you do it only when circumstances permit. When your committed to something, you accept no excuses, ONLY RESULTS.”

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