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Gymchat 183 – Goals & Goal Setting (with Barry Gibson)
Posted By Scott Bird

A Quick Invitation : this week we’ll be talking about an area that impacts everyone who trains in any way at all – Goals & Goal Setting. See you there.


Training goals. Do you need to set them? How do you go about it?
This week we’ll be exploring this fascinating area of training; Goals & Goal Setting. The various ways to create them; how to track your progress, and what to do when you get there.
Helping us explore this fascinating topic is none other than Grapplefit‘s Barry Gibson. Fantastic.

Details

Who : Grapplefit‘s Barry Gibson
Topic : Goals & Goal Setting
When : Wed Aug 22, 9pm EDT (here’s how to find out when that is in your timezone)
How : Post a comment, question or reply
Link : https://plus.google.com/u/0/113406428532094481598/posts/S7LKhR4cnN3
NB : For everyone who’s joining us for their first Gymchat, welcome. Just dive right in, and ask Barry any training-related questions you like. And if you’d like to find out the details of upcoming discussions as soon as they’re announced, grab the Strength & Fitness Newsletter (part of the Strength Kit). Absolutely free.
See you there.



Quick update on last week’s gymchat : Thanks once again to everyone who took part in the discussion : Exercise and Aging. Some superb ideas in there.
For those who missed out on the conversation, here’s the transcript. Was a great one.

Incidentally, if you’d like to dive into this topic a little deeper (and I wouldn’t blame you for that – fascinating area), grab the daily Aging & Longevity newsletter. Dive in.

Over to you. Drop us a line on Twitter ( @scottbird ), or add a comment below.

Cheers.

 

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