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Never set these unrealistic fitness goals

The Active Times Logo By Hristina Byrnes of The Active Times | Slide 1 of 13: <p>The hardest part about working out is <a href="http://www.theactivetimes.com/content/jump-start-your-summer-diet-these-easy-21-weight-loss-tips"><strong>getting started</strong></a>. The second most difficult phase is <a href="http://www.theactivetimes.com/10-tips-successful-goal-setting"><strong>setting goals</strong></a>. You are sabotaging your fitness routine and setting yourself up to fail without them. People are different and they struggle with various <a href="http://www.theactivetimes.com/fitness/technique/why-do-you-stop-losing-weight-and-what-do-then"><strong>obstacles to lose weight</strong></a> – personal habits, <a href="http://www.theactivetimes.com/content/what-genetic-traits-reveal-about-your-health"><strong>genetics </strong></a>or work. The key is to set a realistic goal because this is the only way you’re going to stick to it.</p>

Never set these unrealistic fitness goals

The hardest part about working out is getting started. The second most difficult phase is setting goals. You are sabotaging your fitness routine and setting yourself up to fail without them. People are different and they struggle with various obstacles to lose weight – personal habits, genetics or work. The key is to set a realistic goal because this is the only way you’re going to stick to it.

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