Do You Set Goals?

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On Monday, we shared some tips for setting “SMART” goals—those that are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely. Once you learn what’s a good goal versus a not-so-great goal, it’s easy to see why SMART goals are, well, smart. To get where you want to go, you need a plan and an end-point. Right? Tell us below if you consider yourself a goal-setter when it comes to working out and eating right!

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Tell us about the goals you are—or are not—working on in the comments below! —Jenn

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