I am a big fan in setting goals. I am also a fan of documenting these goals. This can be in any format really. I prefer the written and visual approach.
I have a goal book which I use to document my goals that I set for individual lifts. My goals are simple and easy to understand. They are SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timely).
I review my goal book most days. It is particularly inspiring on my max effort bench and posterior chain days.
Goal setting is not new. We all do it but usually we do it in our heads. I am suggesting that you document your goals and use this as a simple tool to inspire you to reach your goals.
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