5 Tips for Staying Accountable to Health and Fitness Goals at Work

Sometimes the biggest pressure at work isn’t a looming deadline, a demanding client or an upcoming performance review. It’s the pressure to stick to your health and fitness goals in the face of pizza lunches, birthday cake celebrations and Friday happy hours. While being a part of the office fun is important and builds a team atmosphere, it can also derail health and fitness goals.

An important first step in achieving better health and fitness is setting SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound) goals. For example, if you have a SMART goal to lose 10 pounds in 60 days by walking at lunchtime three days a week and cutting back on sugar, going out for lunch or taking part in an office party cookie exchange can quickly derail both

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The American Council on Exercise (ACE) is the leading nonprofit health and fitness certification organization, representing more than 70,000 certified health and fitness professionals.