Commit to Fitness

Studies show, those who write down their goals accomplish significantly more than those who do not write their goals.* Share your fitness goal below to stay accountable & make a commitment to fitness!

I want to become healthy and fit so I can be healthy for my family. I want to get strong and lose weight. – Jen

I have PCOS and it’s hard for me to lose weight. Since I started teaching, I have gained 30 pounds and I want to take it off. I want to get back into clothes in my closet that don’t fit anymore. My goal is to do this by the end of 2020! – Barbara

I am making a big change in my life. I recently left a job of 4 years due to medical limitations. I want to lose weight, get lean/fit again to help with those concerns, and start a new career. I’m starting at 295 lbs and a 50 lbs loss is only the first goal. I hope to do this by 6/1/2020! – Christopher S.

I want to lose 30 lbs and run a 5K by April 30, 2020! I have consistently been cycling since January. I have moved up to cycling 3 times a week and now I have started a running program to help accomplish my goals. I am enjoying the trip to reaching my goals. – Faith

I am 56 years old and weigh 170 pounds. In the next 6 months, I want to lose 40 pounds, get fit, and eat healthy. – Marinela K.

I have been suffering from depression and anxiety after losing my little brother. I let myself go, changed my eating, stopped working out, and gave up. My goal over the next 40 days is to be happy, lose weight, and get lean. I plan to wake up early to go to the gym, meal prep, and get back to where I was and even better. – Patricia

My fitness goal is to body build and just keep fit. I used to be real big into working out the human anatomy. I’ve been off course since 2013, my goal is to get back to 206 with 10-15 % body fat. At 5’6″ it’s a comfortable body mass index. p.s: L.A. Fitness is awesome! – Salvation L.

I’ve been active my whole life, but now that I’m retired I’ve lost my workout routine.  I want to find my new eating and workout commitment & routine. I’d like to lose 20 pounds, increase my stamina, and tone up by June 2020. – Elise

I’m diabetic with an A1C that’s 13. I need to lower that number and fit in a bridesmaid dress! My goal is to lose 15 pounds by June 2020! – Michelle G.

In 2019, I weighed 250lbs and was very unhappy. I lost 80lbs with diet and cardio. However, I didn’t retain any muscle and became very weak. With weight training I’m hoping to gain back my strength and be stronger then ever before. My goal is to be fit enough to pass the military fitness test. – Melissa K.

I suffered from 2 DVTs in both legs and while on blood thinners had a brain bleed & craniotomy. That same year I was diagnosed with Lymphoma which caused hemolytic anemia. I was forced to retire on disability at 54yrs old & my world was upside down but I never gave up. Now that I’m working out at LA Fitness I feel so blessed & thankful to be alive & grateful for the Silver Sneakers program for letting me have a chance at improving my health & fitness. My goal is to lose 10lbs of fat and gain lean muscle by August 2020! – Azilde G.R., Bronx

My fitness goal is to lose a few inches on my hips, thighs, and waist, firm up my arms and triceps, and lose 10 pounds! I have a trainer and just started; I hope to achieve these results by May! – Lori

Twenty year’s ago I was diagnosed with a vascular necrosis. After 17 major surgeries, a Crohn’s diagnosis, and dying three times, I thought I need to turn my life around. I noticed that working in a gym had great benefits. I would love so much to walk normally and run again. I am hoping that being in the gym will achieve my goals no matter how long it takes. – Ron P., Port Orange, FL.

I’m definitely an Endomorph and it’s hard to lose weight, but easy to gain. I stay at the gym 3-4x a week doing a mix of cardio and weights. This summer I swam 4 miles in open water and I was strong, but too bulky. My goal is to maintain muscle but lose a few pounds of fat by May 1st. – Shannon, Atlanta, GA

I am 70 and come Feb. 20, I will have achieved NED (no evidence of cancer) from a stage 4 diagnosis in 2015. I enjoy walking but need to build strength and balance at the gym. My fitness goal is to work out at least 3 days a week to gain muscle strength and also to try yoga and stick with it for one month. – Cecile Z.

My fitness goal is to lose 50 pounds and tone up by my birthday this August! My weight fluctuates up and down due to medication, a chronic condition, and my self-sabotage. I want to remain consistent with my diet and exercise. – Lakeshia F., MI

WHAT’S YOUR GOAL?
Stay committed & inspire others by sharing your fitness goal.**

15 + 8 =

*Goals Research Summary conducted by Dr. Gail Matthews of the Dominican University of California, statistics retrieved, September 9, 2016.

**Selected submissions will be featured on the LA Fitness blog and possibly other LA Fitness digital media entities & websites. By making a submission, you hereby grant LA Fitness a non-exclusive, perpetual, worldwide, irrevocable license to use and make copies of the contents of such submission for any purpose and in any medium whatsoever, and you hereby waive and relinquish any copyright or other intellectual property right you may have in the contents of such submission and your right to pursue any claim for LA Fitness’s violation of those intellectual property rights   

SUBSCRIBE TO

LIVING HEALTHY

Be the first to know about exclusive

content, deals and promotions

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest