Why You Need To STOP Setting Goals – Guest Post For Schwarzenegger.com

Bojan Kostevski Schwarzenegger

Today, I’m here to share a secret with you.

I realize that saying this might make other fitness professionals condemn me to rot in a dark cave somewhere with no company but the voice of my own neurotic conscience, but I can no longer keep my mouth shut.

I HATE GOAL SETTING.

Yeah, I said it.

I’m about to tell you why I believe traditional goal setting might be bringing frustration and anxiety upon you and decreasing your quality of life. Furthermore, I’ll show you how a simple focus shift can fix the problem in a matter of minutes, resulting in better results in the gym and living a more enjoyable life in the process.

To illustrate my point, let me start by sharing a very personal story with you.–

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2 comments on “Why You Need To STOP Setting Goals – Guest Post For Schwarzenegger.com
  1. Fantastic article! It’s amazing that this is also a guest post for Schwarzenegger as well! One thing I’ve learned in my training is, the more you obsess about something, whether it be hitting a specific weight on a lift, or losing pounds of body fat. The more you think and obsess about it. the harder it is to reach your goals. When you are able to forget about the end goal and enjoy the process you are in now, then the results come. I remember when I didn’t hit the weight I wanted on the incline press, when I didn’t I became very stressed and frustrated, and this effected me on the workouts to come as well! Just let go and enjoy the process! Great article and keep up the great work!

  2. James says:

    Enjoy the journey and forget about the destination.

    I agree that goals can be useful, but they can also be a pain in the butt. If you focus too much on reaching a certain goal weight or arm size by a specific date, you will be disappointed.

    Just learn to have fun, love your body, and enjoy the changes as they come.

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