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Another New Year is here, which means that right now, millions of people are chasing after new diet and fitness goals. I hate to be a buzz-kill, but did you know that 88% of New Years Resolutions end in failure? How can such a positive idea backfire so regularly?
The problem isn't lack of effort or desire. It's that most people's New Year's resolutions are unrealistic to begin with. If you avoid these common 5 mistakes, your chances of success dramatically increase.
What a crazy year 2020 has been! When Reeling in the Years compile their montage of the year as whole, it will lead to some interesting viewing.
Here are my three biggest lessons and takeaways from 2020.
There is a reason why "I will exercise" is one of the most common New Year's resolutions. As people slack off holiday workouts and eat delicious food, they pack on pounds. That is, if you're not careful.
In fact, the holidays can provide an opportunity to improve your exercise routine. Here are three simple things you can do to ensure that you won't feel disappointed when you look in the mirror on January 2.
Christmas time is approaching fast and is nearly upon us. Lots of people tend to set aside their fitness routines during the holidays, ruin their usual diets and gain a few extra pounds. This is because of an increase in energy in (through food) and a likely decrease in energy out (from a reduction in exercising).
If you’re someone who wants to completely put your health and fitness on hold over the holidays, then read no more. However, if you’re the kind of person who wants to enjoy the holidays and keep fit at the same time, here are some useful tips that might help you:
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