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How do I know when I've reached my exercise goals?

There are many ways to know when you've reached your fitness goals. If you wrote goals on a piece of paper and you've met those goals, then you've probably reached them. At some point, fitness goals aren't about reaching goals written on a sheet of paper. It's about feeling better, looking better and being healthy. Can I climb more stairs than I did before? Can I walk further than I did before? Am I out of breath less often? Did I make it to the gym?

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