The calendar year is already halfway over, and most of you reading could agree that 2019 is going by pretty fast.
Back in January, June seemed far away.
Some of us may have set a goal to lose a certain amount of weight.
Some of us may have set a goal to add pounds to the weight we can lift.
Setting out to lose 20lb. or to add 20lb. to your squat in 6 months is more difficult than it looks on your calendar.
Failing to reach these types of goals is frustrating, but do remember that half-a-year’s time is actually a short amount of time - it’s already June 2019, remember?
There is nothing wrong with chasing short-term goals, and really, most of the goals you will have will be short-term. Just don’t confuse long and short, and expect to see long-term results in a timeframe that is surprisingly short-term.
If you didn’t lose the 20lb. you hoped to by June, maybe you lost 12.
If you didn’t add 20lb. to your squat, maybe you added 12.
That’s on pace to make a 24lb. difference in a year…
still a short-lived amount of time.