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OK, so it's January 1, 2014!!! We made it through another year! The reality is that it's just another day we mark off on the calender. As a trainer, I only wish when the ball drops on New Years, all of the unhealthy/unfit people of the world turn on that "magic" switch, drop their drinks, and bust out a 100 burpees.
Every New Year, many people make resolutions. I am making a resolution too. I resolve to cut out most of the processed food this year. Resolutions to work out more. Resolutions to give up sugar. Resolutions to lose weight. Then by the time March rolls around, most of those people have given up and gone back to what they were doing before. But that doesn't make New Years resolutions worthless. After all, this is a new year and you have 365 days to make lasting changes that can really improve your life and health. So set yourself up for success.
Im so behind. In high school I used to be pretty good with computers. 10 years later Ive realized how terrribly behind I am. ANyway, what first attracted me to this "blog" business is that you dont have to be accurate, perfect, proper, uptight, boring......fake. You can just be yourself and say what the hell is on your mind..i think.
No, this is the year for a revolution; no resolution to lose, drop, improve the weight.I am staying on the track of a healthy lifestyle and the rest follows...yes, if need be, the weight; not to mention, everything else that may need changing and/or improving. You name it, the healthy choices will make the undesirable issues easier to handle, if not disappear.If general knowledge were the answer to the obesity epidemic, why are we not seeing any positive results? What is wrong? What really needs to change?