Most people exercise so they look and feel good. But without real goals, an exercise routine can become boring and stagnated, causing a decline in motivation and an absence from training.
Having identified the need for real goal achievement, how do we set goals when most exercise routines don’t have preset targets to be achieved? Generally, an individual will independently declare and set goals to target. Unless you have the luxury of a personal trainer, it is not uncommon for goals to be seen as being beyond reach.
Unless you have real and achievable goals, you may find yourself questioning what you are training for.
Tip 1: Exercise with purpose
To overcome these issues, choose a form of exercise that has a purpose, outcome or result. For example, unlike other forms of exercise, Muay Thai classes will add a sense of purpose to your fitness training, as you will learn valuable new skills that benefit you for life, in addition to your other health and fitness goals.
To provide a sense of purpose our Muay Thai classes are fully graded, with levels and degrees used to distinguish and rank achievement. Guided by a certified syllabus, our classes are structured to guide learning and establish goals, motivating you to achieve your best result.
Tip 2: Exercise at high intensity
If your goal is to look good and feel great, this may involve losing excess body fat, increasing fitness levels, building real strength and toning the body.
The quickest and best way to achieve these results, is to exercise at high intensity. You’ll be surprised at how effective the right kind of exercise is, regardless of your current fitness and health circumstances. For example, activities like Muay Thai will increase fitness levels, whilst burning over 700 calories per class.
Tip 3: Exercise with specialised advice
Group classes are the perfect way to achieve your goals. Having like-minded people working towards the same objective will help push and motivate you to success.
Having an instructor, trainer or coach leading the class will support your progress. In addition, most fitness leaders are professionally qualified and may have specialised knowledge. For example, our coaches work with professional and amateur athletes in areas such as athlete management and promotion, nutrition advice, weight loss/gain, injury support, training preparation and planning, mentoring and exercise psychology.
With many years of coaching at a professional level, our coaches offer professional tips and advice, leading to fast results. This means that you are able to receive the same knowledge and advice, usually enjoyed by professional athletes.