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Just like you can’t take a road trip to somewhere you’ve never been before without first looking at a map, you can’t take your body to a place it’s never been if you don’t know where you want to go either. Your needs analysis, therefore, is the map that will help you direct your body where you want it to be. Maybe you are looking to run a marathon in a few months; maybe you are an athlete needing to plan your offseason schedule before you make a run at the championship next year; maybe you are trying to hit a goal of deadlifting more than you have before; or maybe you are just trying to get to that certain body size before bikini season starts up!

Whatever your reasons are for wanting to begin working out, you need to have an idea of what you want to achieve, and a time-frame for when you want to achieve it. Identifying those two components will make life easier for you to stay focused along the way when you are in the trenches of your workout, day in and day out.

Additionally, knowing what areas of interest you need to focus on in particular is also helpful. Are there joint problems from previous injury that you need to be careful of? Are there areas of weakness that you need to spend extra time on during your workouts? Are there certain body parts that you want to look better from an aesthetics standpoint? Any opportunity you can take to be as clear and specific about what you are wanting to accomplish will help ensure that all other areas of your program design (ex. exercise selection, training frequency, etc.) are focused and on task.

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