I've stressed a number of times here the importance of having goals. Here is a simple example to drive home why they are so important:
Client A: No specific goal, just "get better at physical stuff" and "get more endurance."
Client B: Double his score in a scheduled sprint test 1 month from now.
Which client is easier to program for? Which is more likely to get a focused and directed workout that will achieve that goal?
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