• 98C Preddys Rd, Bexley North NSW 2207
  • 5:30AM to 9:00PM


Due to essential works required for Angelo Anestis Aquatic Centre, the ground floor change rooms and indoor 25m pool hall mechanical ventilation system will be offline from Tuesday 14th November 2023 through to Friday 24th November 2023. Temporary measures will be put into place during this period including portable units in the change rooms and a slight increase in 25m pool temperature. In order to control air quality and humidity, the indoor 25m pool hall air temperature may be cooler than usual, dependant on weather. No other areas are expected to be affected. Thank you for your understanding.
Bayside Council

Understanding SMART Goals for Health and Fitness

In the pursuit of health and fitness, establishing clear and achievable goals is very important for your success. The problem usually lies with how we place our goals. Just a “get in shape” wouldn’t do it. Having a well-defined strategy plays an essential role in your fitness goals. That’s where SMART goals for exercise come in. 

What is the SMART method of goal setting?

The SMART goal is a framework that allows us to make a clearly described and precise plan for succeeding at our goals. It is considered to be a powerful framework that turns ambiguous goals into concrete, actionable plans. Let’s break down each component:

Specific: The “S” in SMART highlights the importance of being specific about your goal. You should be specific and say “I want to swim for 40 minutes, 3 times a week”, rather than saying, “My goal is to be healthier”. 

Measurable: Remember, your goals should be quantifiable. Everyone needs a method to track their progress. For instance, if your goal is weight loss, you might say, “I want to lose 10 pounds.”

Achievable: Make goals that are realistic and attainable. It’s important to set objectives that challenge you but are within your reach. For example, if you’re new to swimming, trying to set a goal to swim 5 miles a day might not be possible. Check out our “Learn to Swim” program. 

Relevant: Your fitness goals should be aligned with your values and preferences. Make sure that your goals are suitable to your overall well-being.

Time-bound: Every goal requires a deadline. Establishing a timeframe helps build a sense of urgency and responsibility. For instance, “I will achieve my weight loss goal in 3 months.”


Track your Progress 

SMART goals for exercise become even more practical when you track your progress promptly. Try to use a fitness journal, smartphone applications, or other tracking mechanisms to estimate your achievements. This not only keeps you obligated but also provides a sense of achievement as you reach your milestones.
At Angelo Anestis Aquatic Centre, we encourage our members to establish SMART goals for their health and fitness. Our experienced trainers are here to assist you in determining your goals, creating a customized plan, and providing guidance and support every step of the way. You can join our Health and Fitness centre

Accomplish your Goals with Angelo Anestis Aquatic Centre

Learning and applying SMART goals to your health and fitness practices is a game-changer. It converts your aspirations into concrete, actionable measures, leading to greater success and fulfilment. By making your goals Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound, you are well on your path to attaining your desired health. Remember, at our Aquatic and Fitness Centre, we support every resident on their fitness journey. 
Further, if you are someone who is looking for an enthusiastic challenge, our 6-week challenge is for you! 

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