5 Things You Should Do to Stick to New Year’s Resolution
January comes wrapped in New Year’s celebrations and bash! Often people keep resolutions which break more than any other goals in the entire year. But this time you can be a benchmark for family and friends by hitting a great start for this new year and sticking to your resolutions. You won’t feel hopeless just like another past year when you check health and fitness on the top of resolution list.
Contrary to the belief that new year resolutions are short-lived, sticking to new year’s resolutions are easy and manageable if you follow five simple steps to do it. For most U.S. people, weight loss tops their list. Burn those extra calories through exercising and engaging in any sports activities to look slim and gorgeous.
1. Start with small, attainable goals
Make small yet achievable resolutions, supposedly if you aim to exercise then keep it for 3-4 times a week instead of seven to make it easy. Reduce the start time of any new activity that you are likely to start. In recent research, if you reduce the start time to 20 seconds then it is more likely to use to the activit
2. Share your experiences
After you complete at least a week of sticking to new year’s resolution, you should share it with friends and family to get support. But ensure to say quietly before starting that.
3. Make it a habit
The general notion around making a habit would require 21 days which truly depends and varies from person to person. So, take your own time to convert an action into a habit, but do so.
4. Have a partner or Friend
Going to the gym with your partner or friend gives you the push to do it effectively and efficiently. Having a fitness partner by your side is great as you can participate in various other sports activities, running, Zumba, yoga and more. Your friend’s weight loss goals will motivate you as well.
While it’s fresh in your mind, your new year’s resolution don’t forget to track your weight loss and increase in fitness levels. Health should be monitored regularly to keep a close check.
5. Have a partner or Friend
If you are still waiting, then plan carefully by writing the pros and cons of resolutions. This sheet will later motivate you to accomplish them. Moreover, it’s important to reward yourself which doesn’t mean you to gorge on a box of chocolate, it means you should have a small bite to celebrate your weight loss.
Americans are quickly climbing up the graph of obese people in the world. Health risks such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, osteoarthritis, and chronic kidney disease increase when a person’s BMI exceeds 23. Recent research indicates that if left unchecked, the rise in obesity could lead to future declines in life expectancy which makes weight loss significant for a healthier present and future.
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