What’s Your Word? – Impulse Training

What’s Your Word?

Travis Coblentz | January 9, 2018

What’s your New Years Resolution?

Have you already fallen off track with it? According to Forbes, an average of only 8% of people who start a new year with a resolution ever follow through and complete it. Have you ever considered trying something different? Instead of doing a New Year’s resolution, how about picking a “Word of the Year”. That means living out one word for a full 365 days.  Having one word is very effective at changing your life because you can apply it in almost every aspect. It’s important to pick a word that can apply and make your life better right now. By picking only one Word for the year, it narrows our focus. So instead of 5 different resolutions that you can’t even keep track of, you now have only one word to focus on.

Once you pick out the word you are being “called to” after some careful consideration, you need to write it down in multiple places where you will see it throughout the day. This could be the mirror in the bathroom, wallpaper on your phone, or even hang a sign on the refrigerator.

My word for the year is Faith. By doing this, I now have this word in the back of my mind for the whole year and can apply it in every situation and not get discouraged when things don’t go as planned because my Faith is outweighing my troubles. Best of luck picking out your word and applying this technique in the new year!

Are you struggling with ideas of what you could pick as your Word of the Year? Here are a few options to consider …

  • Love
  • Faith
  • Strength
  • Growth
  • Purpose
  • Passion
  • Focus
  • Empower

Travis Coblentz

Travis is a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). He started his journey at Impulse as an intern in 2014, and he has fallen in love with the positive culture at Impulse. Along with his CPT certification Travis is currently studying for his Corrective Exercise Specialist certification through NASM. Travis is an avid slow-pitch player and loves to help previous athletes get back to their prime. He enjoys working with clients and helping them to progress to the next level of fitness and wellness by tapping into their hidden strengths.


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