New goals for the summer! As I finish off my sophomore year, I'm back in more-or-less the same pickle, but confident that I can get out of it (as I did last summer, dropping weight from 150 - 140 lb by the end of the summer while gaining muscle/strength/overall well-being).
First and foremost, I hope to stay consistent on my workout routine, and to push through when it gets hard or tiresome or when I just don't feel like working out. This is maybe the biggest problem for me, one of sheer self-discipline and commitment to the idea that being in shape is IMPORTANT.
Related: I want to make sure that this isn't just a summer goal. When I get back to school next semester, I want to stay in shape. I can't just keep getting out of shape and then fixing the problem; that's kind of like using a container that's constantly leaking and then patching it up every few months. I want to spend the summer getting in shape, and then finding a way to maintain that for, well, the rest of my life, really. My typical term-time excuse is that I'm busy with academic and extracurricular commitments and that those take priority, but, honestly, if my body falls apart because of lack of attention, those other things aren't going to do so well, either.
Nutrition is also a big problem for me: I'm going to be living on campus this summer, which means in close proximity to the same college evils that plague the school year -- late night pizza and burritos, and abundant beer. I'll be on a meal plan this summer which gives me the potential to either eat really poorly or make lots of big salads with protein.
Okay! So, I know these are kind of nebulous goals, but it boils down to the same as everyone else really: I'm going to train hard, eat (as) clean (as possible), and be healthy. Wish me consistency!