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I just wanted to share a goal setting methodology I am using this year.

I figure that 2 strength training sessions, at least 2 cardio type sessions and a core stability workout (Pilates/yoga) each week for 48 weeks (allowing 4 weeks for holidays which may or may not be active depending on how the year is going) would be a good achievement when I reflect on how the year went come December 31, 2010.

That means I am aiming for 240 sessions for the year. I just got off the computrainer bikes so 239 to go!

Use your online diary to track it and review monthly or simply count them off a calendar you have up in your room where you will see it daily. Count it down!

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