31-Day FIT Challenge

December 30, 2018


At the beginning of each year, most of us set out to create new healthy habits, but what I found is I can’t maintain my newfound habits for long. I get frustrated because I miss a day and by the time I get motivated again it’s become a month of doing nothing.

Well, I don’t know about you, but I can’t take another year of this.

So instead of focusing on JUST getting my body in better shape this year like most people I know, I plan to focus on getting my overall WELL-BEING in shape.

When I looked up the definition of well-being I thought, “Oh, I can do that”. The definition of well-being is described as the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy. Which led me to wanting to create my FIT Challenge.

What is the FIT Challenge?
I created the FIT Challenge because I wanted to focus on the outside AND the inside. Often, being fit is defined as just physical and I am a huge proponent of being mentally and emotionally fit as well.

My goal with this FIT Challenge is to help you discover health and fitness (on your terms), balance, and self-love in your current relationships, environments, career, and most importantly within yourself. I want you to focus on those things that are unique to you, so you can figure out where you are and where you want or need be.

Where Do I Start?
Below is a list of 2019 Goals I created for myself. I want you to pick ONE and focus on that for the next 31 days or make one up for yourself.

Each week I will check in and give you an update on my progress. I want you to check in with me at any time. I am here to listen and encourage as you embark on this new FIT journey. It’s not going to be easy and it may sound super cheesy to some of you, but I know if you push towards making a goal, your life can and will change.


10 Things To Keep In Mind 

Getting started is hard, but keeping it going is harder. It’s called self-discipline. If you don’t go hard for yourself, then who will? 


To stay motivated, remember the following 

  • Listen to yourself. (Mind + Body)

  • Take small steps and be patient.

  • Create a positive environment where you can succeed.

  • Get support from those around you.

  • Give yourself grace and start again if you need.

  • Savor successes and learn from your failures.

  • Remember you are only competing against yesterday.

  • Ask yourself what is your motivation and focus on that when it gets tough.

  • Keep track of your progress either in a journal or on your phone. 

  • Quit for a day, but don’t stop altogether. 

So, today will you join me with my FIT Challenge? Comment below what your 31-Day FIT Challenge goal is. I’ll tell you mine tomorrow. 




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by Brinn From Burbank