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ESTJ                                     GOLD                                           ESFJ

Traditional and conservative, GOLDS exercise for a purpose and because
they’re supposed to. They set measurable goals and enjoy sharing their accomplishments
with others. Proud of what they do; results are what they’re after.
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Color of achievement


Just do it!

Decide, plan, set measurable goals

Sensible, practical, responsible, and task-oriented

Friendly, outgoing, and curious about how others do things

Enjoy connecting with others, including strangers

Value and trust rules

Look to the past

Believe there’s a right and wrong way to do something
“Keep it simple”

Approach projects by breaking a job into smaller, manageable pieces that can be completed and checked off a list

Have no issues with dress codes; glad to know what’s expected

Concern for safety and respect for authority and credentialed advice

Seek a balanced life, aiming for moderation in all things

Enjoy traditional life, such as belonging to a country club

Avoid unproven, fad or New Age methods
Authority, comfort, correct, familiar, focus, goal, history, measure, memory, organize, plan, purpose, robust, safe, share (results), structure

Concerns about safety

Not having specific goals

Not scheduling exercise

Disruption of routine

Favorite Activities
Cardio Equipment, such as treadmills, elliptical and stationary bikes

Golf and Tennis

Running and Swimming

Top 10 Tips for Golds
Tend to need to be safe and injury-free.

Share accomplishments with others.

Make a commitment to yourself and others.

Be clear about the goals you are striving for.

Exercise at the same time every day, measuring time and distance and keeping track of results

Keep the mind engaged during workouts.

Break larger goals down into smaller parts.

Choose activities that are tried and true and that promise the results you are after.

Reward yourself for a job well done.

Develop a Plan B so you will keep moving when things happen to disrupt your routine.

Used with permission. The 8 Colors of Fitness, 2008. Suzanne Brute.

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