It’s that time of year again and those that made fitness resolutions are on the prowl looking to make big changes in 2016. This article will be geared towards anyone with a New Year’s resolution pertaining to fitness and for anyone who is a regular gym goer and would like to help some of the “resolutioners” out.
For starters, we should ask the question “why do the majority of New Year’s resolutions tend to fail?” In terms of health, wellness, and weight loss, the answer is pretty simple…RESULTS (or a lack there of)! We see it happen every year, people flock to the cardio equipment and machines in hopes of achieving a “beach body” for summer while at the same time making no major changes to their diet. After 30 days (or so) of this they notice no significant changes in the mirror and they typically give up on their resolution.
The solution to this problem is fairly easy, stop doing the same thing every year and expecting a different result. Get off the cardio equipment and machines and ask a trainer about functional training. If you would like guidance, set up a time to meet with me and I will give you 30 days of functional training for free to show you the ropes. Ask a trainer about Eat by Color and learn how to eat intelligently in a busy/chaotic lifestyle.
The bottom line is just try something new. Whether it’s changing your eating habits, getting off the treadmill and into the weight room, hiring a personal trainer, etc. You’ll be pleased at the results you can get by stepping out of your comfort zone.