How often do you set goals? How often do you revisit them?
We all know that setting goals is important but do we apply that to all areas of our lives?
A clear component of having a healthy lifestyle is setting health goals.
Goals help align your focus and promote a sense of self-mastery. Setting goals not only motivates us, but it can also improve our mental health and sense of achievement.
Just like you would do at work when looking at having a successful career, you should have a clear vision of what you would like to achieve when it comes down to health and wellbeing.
Experts say that goals should be S.M.A.R.T: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-bound. And goals must be followed by actions or steps to build the pathway towards them.
Our clinical exercise program is goal-based, which means that during the initial assessment we get a good understanding of what you want to achieve (i.e.: able to run 10k, do a long hike, return to sports after an injury, etc), we then check you from top to bottom and identity and measure any impairments and/or weaknesses that need improving. We take into account previous or current injuries and develop specific programs to improve them.
Revisiting your health goals is key to measure progress, that is why at SquareOne we regularly book re-assessments to check how much you have improved and set new goals to further improve your health.
At SquareOne we can help you to carefully define your health goals and monitor your progress to help you become the best version of yourself.