It’s June! You know what that means…

It means we’re halfway over with 2012. How are those New Years Resolutions going?

I’ve done posts on goal setting, motivation, and achievement (Part1, Part2, Part3, and Part4). Now I’m just putting you on the spot, and asking “Where are you now?” Time waits for nobody… and half your time is already up.

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Written by Justin

Justin Scott was Southern born, East Coast bred, and Midwest educated. The only constant being a love of athletic, martial arts, and competition. While earning a Bachelor and Masters degree from Purdue University he competed as an amateur boxer, endurance athlete, and trained Krav Maga (an Israeli self-defense system). These activities led to coaching a variety of athletes in everything from combative sports to endurance events. As a Krav Maga instructor Justin has had the opportunity to train not only civilians, but military, law enforcement and first responders on how to appropriately react during violent and life threatening situations. Due to his diverse experiences, Justin is able to bring a unique understanding of people, goal setting, achievement, and motivation to his coaching. He knows achieving one's goals in health and fitness can be difficult, but believes anything is possible with the right resources, programming, and motivation. With an eclectic background and rich steeping in fitness and nutrition Justin is able to coach a variety of clients with phenomenal results. "I find each individual comes to me with their own strengths and weaknesses, goals and aspirations, and perceptions of their ability to achieve them. I live for these moments when I see a client do something they never thought they could, or achieve a goal they always wanted to." Justin is a Certified Crossfit Endurance Coach, Phase B Certified Krav Maga Instructor, and Phase B Certified Fit-To-Fight Instructor.

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4 Comments

  1. Harry

    Beginning of June is the best time to renew or get back on your track with your goals, if you have been sidetracked a bit.

    For setting and getting goals, you may want to check out a goal setting app called GoalsOnTrack, a very nicely built web app designed for tracking goals and todo lists, and supports time tracking too. It’s clear, focused, easy to navigate.

  2. Becka

    I think New Years’ resolutions are awesome. I’ve decided it’s time I have one. Mine is to get my 235 Dead Lift back by Christmas. K, now it’s out there…

  3. Jenny
    Jenny

    YEAH Becka…get it done girl! :) We will help you the whole time along the way! :)

  4. Susanna

    I don’t make new year’s resolutions, but I have the (hopefully not too far fetched) goal of dead-lifting my bf’s weight by our wedding in September… I joked once that I would dead-lift him after we are pronounced married right there in front of the guests, and now it is always in the back of my head when we do DL…He’d better slim down to 190 – only 68 lbs. to go from my current max.

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