January Wellness Goals and December Goal Recap

By Janelle @ Run With No Regrets | fitness

Jan 05

Happy New Year once again! I hope that 2021(!) is off to a great start for you.

While I’ve already shared my goals for the year, I also really enjoy sharing my running and fitness goals on a monthly basis. It’s just good practice and writing it down keeps me accountable! I highly recommend it!

I’m linking up with Tuesday Topics with Zenaida and Kim and Runners’ Roundup with Coach Debbie RunsConfessions of a Mother RunnerLaura Norris RunningMile by Mile, and Runs with Pugs!

Every month I've been sharing my running goals. Check it out and more running and fitness fun at runwithnoregrets.com!

December Goal Recap

  • Run/walk 70 miles in December. Grade: A. I ran/walked/hiked for 69.15 miles. I didn’t hike as much in December, but I was able to run a 10K for my last run of 2020 and I was so proud of myself! It was a great way to close out the year.
  • Do City Fit Girls Strength Club workouts 2x/week. Grade: B. While I did complete 7 workouts, the most that I’ve ever done in a month, December had an extra week so I could have had 10 sessions. Strength training went really well and I found the lower body workouts especially challenging!
  • Go to bed before 10 pm each night. Grade: F. I tried, I really did, but as the month progressed my bedtimes got later and later, especially being on vacation over the holidays. Baby E also had several rough nights waking up around 8 or 9 pm, so that also threw things off.

January Wellness Goals

January wellness goals
  • Run/walk 70 miles in January. One of my goals for 2021 is to be a more consistent runner, so I’d like to repeat my previous month’s goal and safely increase my running mileage, hopefully doing about 10 miles a week.
  • Do City Fit Girls Strength Club lower body workouts 1x/week. The CFG Strength Club program has total body, upper body, and lower body workouts each week, and for the first time, I did a lower body workout that hit all the right spots! I want to make this a habit so that I can continue to work on preventing knee pain and any potential injuries.
  • Practice 15 minutes of yoga each day. Over the last month, I’ve loved being more active with strength training, barre, running, and walking, however, my muscles have been feeling incredibly tight as a result. I haven’t consistently practiced yoga in ages, but I hope that starting with 15 minutes a day will really help make it a habit!
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How did you do with your fitness goals for December? What wellness goals do you have on tap for January?

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