Workout Tips For Your New Year’s Resolutions
The start of the New Year brings with it a boost in determination for those looking to
follow a healthier lifestyle. Many of us make resolutions to lose weight, eat better,
exercise regularly and become a fitter and healthier version of ourselves.
But by the time January gives way to February, our resolution begins to fizzle and by
March all that remains are embers of that fire of resolve and determination. Without workout tips breaking New Year resolutions is as much of a tradition of making them is.
So, is there nothing you can do to stick to your fitness resolution?
If you think you need an iron will and superpowers to keep you committed to your
fitness resolutions, you don’t! Whether your ultimate goal is to be fit enough to run a
marathon, take the stairs more often or do 20 push-ups, you can follow these workout tips to
help you stick to your fitness resolutions.
1. Make sure your resolutions are measurable and write them down
Resolutions need to be both measurable and specific. If you set vague and broad goals,
you’ll just be setting yourself up for failure. When you make note of your goals, it gives
you something to look at and reaffirm your objectives.
It’s also a great way to figure out a plan of action. Set specific goals like- ‘I want to lose
three pounds in a month” or “I want to be able to jog for at least half an hour without
stopping” etc. Once you achieve that one goal, you can then move onto the next. This is
a great way to stay on track.
2. Ensure your resolutions are manageable
Resolutions need to be achievable and not something you fantasize about. If you have
never lifted weights in your life, deciding to do bench presses every single day of the
week will only drag you down. You need to condition your mind and body to get into
fitness mode until you get habituated to it. That will help make your goal more
3. Break Up Your Goal Into Smaller Segments
It can be pretty intimidating to think about doing 9000 pushups a year. But divide that
by the number of weeks in a year and all you need to achieve is 173 pushups per week.
This becomes a less daunting task. When your resolution is broken down into more
achievable steps, you will be more likely to stick to it.
4. Treat Yourself
Once you’ve reached those difficult-to-achieve milestones, treat yourself. This doesn’t
have to be in the form of calorific foods. Reward yourself in some other way-treat
yourself to a spa visit or simply head out and so something you like. The idea is that the
reward you choose shouldn’t undo all the hard work you’ve put in.
You can also buy some fitness gear or something to carry to the gym like a Bubi Bottle.
These bottles can hold hot or cold drinks and water, are microwave and freezer-safe
and available in a range of colors. Having the right kind of gear eggs you on to persist in
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