Setting a fitness goal is motivating. Here’s how to keep tabs on your results.
You might exercise to improve function, gain strength or slim down. But how can you tell if your workouts are working? “Check your progress regularly,” says Hannah J. Bennett, a physical therapist with Baylor Scott & White Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation in Round Rock, Texas. Seeing results can provide motivation – or signal that it’s time to switch things up. Here are four common fitness goals and how to track them.
GOAL: Increase Strength
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