The first section gives a description and some examples and the second section is empty for you to fill out with your own SMART objectives.


Goal: (Sample) I will lose 20 pounds.

Specific: This is what you’re going to do to achieve your goal.

Measurable: How will I know when it is accomplished?

Achievable:  Can the objectives for my goal be done and if so, how?

Relevant: How does this goal help me in my life?

Timely: Milestones achieved by the end of specified time.

Sample SMART Objective: Through a workout program consisting of 45 minutes of exercise, four days a week and changes to my diet, I will lose 20 pounds in six months. To help me achieve my goal, I will join a gym to take spinning, pilates and strength training. I will also consult a nutritionist to build a healthy plan.  I will track my fitness and nutrition progress through FitBit and and weekly weigh-ins. If I’m not hitting targets, I will revisit my workout and nutrition plan to make changes to get back on track. Based on my efforts, I will improve my overall health.

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