We have all at one point in our lives or many points for some of us, set fitness and diet goals at the beginning of the year, month, or week. At the moment as we make these goals we are filled with motivation, we feel like we can achieve these goals within the ridiculous time we have set for ourselves even though we have not done a single workout in months or eaten fruit in a while. Of course later on as you try to achieve these goals you realize how hard it is and then start to feel terrible about yourself for failing. The issue for many of us isn’t that we have decided to make a change in regards to our fitness and diet, that is commendable and you should be proud of yourself, it’s the goals we are setting for ourselves that are the problem. Your goals are your guide to what you want to achieve.