Do you focus on the process or the end result of goals when it comes to fitness?
On the process, because exercise is fun and I like to enjoy the moment I'm in. And the results speak for themselves!
You need to focus on the end result you want to create the best process. You could be using heavy weights when you want to get stronger but don't want to gain plenty of muscle mass. That's a mistake. For those results, you want to use lighter weights.
I'm an end result kind of person. For me I need to have the goal in front of me and know what I am seeking to achieve in order to remain focused. Then I can build milestones in between and see progress made on a consistent basis.
I have a slightly different way of looking at fitness: I practice QiGong, the Chinese yoga. That keeps me fit and my brain working well, but it's not an outlook that concentrateson goals, I would say the process is the most important aspect, and the results are just results. Depends on the amount of time and concentration that you invest in this process. When I first started, I was very overweight, but I was mostly scared because I seemed to be losing my ability to use my legs and to stand up after spending some time sitting down. The total result was that I got my mobility back, and I lost practically all the overweigh I hadn't really planned on losing the weight.
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