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With New Year's resolutions in full swing, many people are signing up for gym memberships. Weight loss won't happen on its own, however. It takes hard work and commitment, and can be done with or without expensive gym equipment. Are you fully prepared to make the changes needed in order to meet your goals? Let's take a look at some pros and cons of working out at a gym versus working out at home.The Top 3 Pros
Regular exercise is important for everybody, regardless of age. Health benefits of regular exercise include increased muscle mass (helps to maintain a healthy metabolism because you burn calories more efficiently), stronger bones (decreases the chances of receiving osteoarthritis). Other benefits include reduced stress, and improved sleep and mood.
15 tips to get in shape
Are you starting this New Year with a new resolution to get in shape? Here are 15 things that you need to get right.
The best way to get in shape is to start weight resistance training. Although most think cardiovascular will do the trick, weight resistance actually gets rid of the fat or helps muscle gain (depends on the shape you want) and gets you in shape as well.
12 Tips for New Year Weight Loss Resolution
Does your New Year Resolution include the plant to lose weight? Without making it just another number in your New Year resolution, how do you really make it happen this year? Here’re 12 tips to help you stick to the Resolution.
Post courtesy of Move More Fitness, LLCAre you making the same resolution year after year? How do you break that cycle and make it actually happen this time? Here are a few tips to help turn that corner in your mindset toward health and fitness and actually meet your goals rather than feeling discouraged and giving up.
I hope everyone had a safe, fun, relaxing, fulfilling holiday season!
While I firmly believe that short-lived New Years resolutions are not good for us-I like to tell people to form "habits, not resolutions"- I do respect that MANY people take the first step by making a resolution. After all, most journeys are one day, one step at a time. And making the decision to change is definitely the first step!
So I applaud ALL of you who have made health/fitness/wellness related resolutions!! Good for you!!