To mark the full launch of the Soccer Fitness Gols app on the App Store and Google Play, we are asking our community to share your fitness gols and, most importantly, why you’ve set them.
Please post a brief video describing your goal and tag us on Facebook and Twitter (#whatsyourgol). In your video, please also send a shout out to 3 people you know to encourage them to do the same.
You can check out my personal video on our Facebook page.
Folks, please check out the latest review of the Soccer Fitness Gols mobile app for Android here. If you haven’t yet downloaded the app, please try it out and let us know what you think!
Over the last several months, we have received many encouraging messages from you about our blog and our Android app. We appreciate the comments and suggestions, so please keep it coming!
Over the next several months, we will be working on a number of projects to further our goal of helping people achieve their fitness goals through their love of the Beautiful Game. One of our projects is to bring our app to iPhone users, and add even more programs and features.
We have launched a campaign on Kickstarter to help us fund this project. Please check it out here.
As always, we appreciate your support!
Not quite Rocky, but I’ve definitely noticed some small improvements in strength, both upper body and core. Workout # 5, here I come :@
July 20, 2014
– Squat hold: 121.8 seconds
– Front plank hold: 151.2 seconds
– Push-ups in 60 seconds: 50
– Crunches in 60 seconds: 62
It’s a little late, but Thursday this week I squeezed in a quick workout after work. While this may not seem like much, for me, it was the first time in over a year I’ve done a workout on a week night. This is a start, a good start. Tomorrow, Workout # 4 and a chance to see if I’ve made any improvements so far …
It took 6 days, but I finished Workout # 2 of the Strength Program – Semi-Pro Level today. I’m still on-track with 2 workouts per week, just barely. Next week will be tough to get the two workouts done (I’ve got a tough week at work); however, that’s the test: can you make time for what’s important? As Barak Obama said … you know.
Like many of you reading our blog, soccer was (and is) a big part of my life. However, over the years, I’ve transitioned from competitive varsity / semi-pro athlete to a beer-league hopeful to a couch-potato fan.
Well, no more. I’ve decided to take up what I’m calling the “Soccer Fitness Gols Challenge” and get back into shape so that I can once again enjoy the Beautiful Game as it was meant to be played, not watched!
Yesterday, I completed Workout # 1 of the Soccer Fitness Gols app’s strength program (semi-pro level). The workout was a challenge, but now I have a good baseline of where I’m at and a plan to get where I want to be.
Over the next 8 weeks, I’ll be posting my progress here …
July 5, 2014:
– Squat hold: 120.8 seconds
– Front plank hold: 121.7 seconds
– Push-ups in 60 seconds: 40
– Crunches in 60 seconds: 60
I’d like to encourage all of you, regardless of what’s holding you back, to take up the Challenge and get started with your own fitness “gols” today as well! Please send us your comments about your own fitness Challenge, including your baseline, your “gols”, and your progress / results.