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  • Luke Clough

New month = New goals

So it's here... the 1st of September! At the start of each month I like to give myself a challenge to stick to until the month has ended. Some of my previous challenges include:

  • No alcohol

  • 3 litres of water per day

  • 13,000 steps a day

  • Minimum of 4 weights workouts per week

As you can see from the list above, the majority of my goals are health related, and this is something I am planning on switching up a bit in the coming months. However, one thing I've noticed recently is my flexibility is really poor and starting to limit my freedom of movement doing daily activities.

For that reason, mobility and flexibility is my aim for this month. I am committing myself to doing one stretching routine per day for the whole of September. I'm not going to be setting a duration to these sessions as I want to follow a plan instead of just 'stretching'. I'm a firm believer in the idea that if you don't know how to do something to the absolute best level you can, then you should seek guidance from an expert. In the past I have done this with hiring a business coach, a personal fitness coach and I'll be doing the same here. I've used the app pliability before, and I'll be doing so again this month. It will allow me to follow a workout of the day, or if I feel that a certain body part needs a bit more focus, then I can choose workouts for that specific area. I'd highly recommend it for the small cost of rougly £14 per month (less than 50p a workout if you do it every day).

What can you commit to for the next 30 days? I guarantee that by the 1st October, if you do it successfully, you will feel a huge sense of achievement :)

If you don't know how to do this, or want to find out more about how to set a plan up so that it massively increases your chance of success then drop me an email and we can have a chat.

Speak soon,


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