It’s time to say good-bye to the first decade of the 21st Century, and celebrate with hope and anticipation the coming of the New Year. A new beginning … a new decade … a new year.
If you haven’t made your New Year’s resolution yet, you might consider adding fitness to your list of things that you resolve to do in the coming year. It’s a wonderful way to look better and feel better and the benefits can last a lifetime.
New Year’s resolutions are a great way to recharge your mind, body and spirit. It doesn’t matter if some of your resolutions are repeated each year. Consider one of the most common New Year’s resolutions: to lose weight. Now, just because it was last year’s resolution or the year before doesn’t mean you won’t succeed this year. However, you might want to consider doing it just a little bit differently.
When you make your New Year’s resolution for losing weight, getting in shape or taking your fitness to a new level, write it down and begin making a list of all the steps you can take to make this resolution a possibility in your life. Believe that it is possible and it will be much easier to achieve.
Choose healthy ways to lose weight, like eating a balanced diet that is low in saturated fat and sugar and high in vitamins and nutrients. Make exercise a regular part of every day. Stay active by walking, bike riding, skating, swimming, dancing or jogging. Resolve to join a team such as tennis or soccer. Whatever you enjoy doing, just get out and get moving.
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