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The best way to reach your health & fitness goals is to have a plan. Having a plan and program to follow will help you stay on track and stay motivated all year long. I’m sharing my one year fitness plan and showing you how to create a plan that works for you – including a free Mapping Out a Fit Year Template available in my resource library.
One Year Fitness Plan
I’ve mapped out a workout plan for the year with all my favorite Beachbody programs to help me stay on the right track. Beachbody was on fire last year with all the new programs they released through Beachbody On Demand. 80 Day Obsession & LIIFT4 were amazing. Be sure to check out my reviews on both programs as well as meal planning resources:
This year they’ve already announced Shaun T’s new program Transform: 20 and Autumn Calabrese will be filming real-time versions of 21 Day Fix & 21 Day Fix Extreme. I’m so excited! I love the new format of the real-time videos because you never do the same workout twice during a program. For someone who knows exactly what Shaun T says in every part of the T25 workouts it’s quite refreshing.
2019 Fitness Plan
- Transform: 20 (January, February)
- 3 Week Yoga Retreat (March)
- 21 Day Fix (April)
- 21 Day Fix Extreme (May)
- 80 Day Obsession (June, July, August)
- LIIFT4 (September, October)
- Transform: 20 (November, December)
Actually following a program will help you push a little harder.
Here are all the steps for planning your own one year fitness plan. Use the Mapping Out a Fit Year Template to make your own workout chart. You can access the template in my free resource library. Get the password for the free library by subscribing at the bottom of this post.
First, select the workouts you want to do. It can be anything but it’s got to be definite. Workout programs like the ones Beachbody provides are easy to follow and already scheduled out for you. You can even access them on-line.
If you’d rather go to the gym, walk or take classes you’ll need to make a schedule. Don’t just say, go to the gym or go for a walk. Create a schedule for what muscle groups you’re going to work each day, what cardio you will do and for how long. If you’re going to walk or run make a plan for how long either by length of time or miles. Having a definite goal will give you something to aim for and improve your results.
Next, plug your workouts into your calendar. Be sure to give yourself some wiggle room and a little more time than needed to complete most of the programs. Because, well life and vacations and work trips, etc.
Print Your Plan
Once you’ve got your schedules planned out it’s time to hit print. At the beginning of the year print out all the schedules. Then put them in order. I use a clipboard I keep in my work out room. You could print as you go but doing it this way you’re committing to getting them all done.