With the New Year comes new resolutions. When the calendar resets to Jan 1st, millions of people make a vow for change; from getting out of debt to quitting smoking, getting healthier and being happier. The unfortunate truth is that nearly 30% of people who make resolutions at the start of the year will fall back into their old habits by the second week of January.
Losing weight is one of the most common goals for many people. Studies show that among the many people who do set New Year’s resolutions, about 38% set resolutions related to weight.
With that said, here are a few tips to help you achieve your fitness goals for 2015:
The main purpose of setting fitness and weight loss goals is to summon change into your life, by improving your health. If you find that you may have fallen off your track, don’t beat yourself up and abandon your goals. What works for me is that I reset my calendar by starting my new year again next week or next month. Getting back on track and having the courage to start over will give you the same sense of accomplishment and willpower.