Is it ok not to have goals? I have been eating clean and lifting well consistently for about a year. I love the way I feel, look, and I could never go back to eating the way I used to or being sedentary.
Five years ago I was a size 18, over 200lbs, and now I'm a size 8-10, 143 lbs. The whole time I lost weight, I never thought of a goal weight, I just kept going.
I don't have any goals in mind, other than to compete in a competition someday. I know some people have a target weight, bf%, measurements, but I feel that goals like that make me feel like I'm setting myself up for failure. If I tell myself to just keep going, it feels mentally easier.
I know it's important to have short term goals that will help me reach my long term goal of competing, but is it ok if they don't work for me?
Does anyone else feel this way?
Thread: Goals...Ok Not to Have One?