It’s that time of the year when we reflect on what was accomplished in the current year and what we’d like to accomplish in the year to come. This is the perfect time to take on new challenges, set new attainable goals and explore new opportunities with your fitness and nutrition resolutions.
The unfortunate thing is that more than half of all resolutions fail. Goals are too broad, abstract, struggle with support, lack of proper planning, or just the willpower to go the distance. Some even take on too much and try to change every aspect of their lives all at once.
Some key thoughts are to keep it simple, set small goals, make it meaningful, be smart, plan for bumps and obstacles, make yourself accountable, know who your support system is, congratulate yourself along the way, and most of all appreciate the process.