Here’s what the BASIC FRAMEWORK looks like:
1. Go-to moves – activities that are effective and enjoyable
2. Let’s get-going – a doable plan to start these activities easily and regularly
3. Keep on going – a way of keeping you going so that you feel that staying fit is rewarding
Here’s what the framework looks like when all the extra bits are added:
Active social activities
Incidental Physical tasks or action. https://youtu.be/SMCsXl9SGgY
(the video gives a well-known example)
Blindingly obvious prompts
Mark in milestones
Build your back-ups
Successful Skill Acquisition
It can sometimes be a little overwhelming to look at your fitness plan as one big project
… which is why I look at each component within the project as it’s own self-contained “step”.
Go-To Moves is one step (the physical moves you’ll do) … but within the Activity step there are independent parts. Incidental physical tasks make up a one part of the step … just as social sport or activity is another part. Both are unrelated and totally separate, but they help you get fit in different ways.
When I started looking at my fitness like this, things became a lot less overwhelming and complicated.
I’ll discuss more about these steps behind the curtain.