A Behavioral Trap that is
I have been woefully spotty at getting any kind of physical fitness regimen up and running. I usually just manage to complete a yoga flow for flexibility each day. A behavioral trap is something we intentionally set for ourselves to guarantee a desired action or behavior. So in order to light a fire under me and get me running, I signed up for a 5K the end of September. Now I am committed and heat be darned I need to get out and run. Once again, I am turning to you to be my accountability partner(s). I have six weeks to get into halfway decent shape. Let’s hope I rise to the challenge or I will be sucking wind inside of a half mile.
Be SMART about it
So a SMART goal is in order. This week I want to run at least once and since I haven’t run for a while probably go less than a mile. So that means before Sunday. So that meets all the criteria for a SMART goal. Specific, measurable, Action Oriented, Realistic and Time bound. Let’s see how I do. God Bless.
“When you walk, your steps will not be hindered; when you run, you will not stumble.”