Creating a Fitness Bucket List is an excellent alternative to setting New Year’s Resolutions. A Bucket List is also more likely to be both challenging and fun. Here are some ideas for both fitness fanatics or anyone who wants to set some measurable goals.
- Train for and complete a fitness challenge—such as a charity walk, marathon, triathlon, color run, obstacle course event, etc.
- Attend a health and fitness event—yoga retreat, one-day boot camp, event with a celebrity trainer, etc.
- Set a performance-related goal: target BMI, amount you can bench press, how long or far you can run, mastering an advanced yoga pose, flexibility goal, how long you can hold a plank, etc.
- Take a fitness holiday—week or weekend at a health spa, take an extreme sports vacation, go on a cycling tour, etc.
- Master, or at least try, a new type of fitness. You don’t even have to be specific, you just have to be open to trying something out-of-the box: balance board training, aqua athletics, dance classes, a new sport, cross-fit, or anything new to you.
There is no right or wrong, just set a few fun, challenging, and quantifiable goals—and add them to your Fitness Bucket List.