Just Say No to Grandiose Resolutions

Happy New Year, everyone! I’m not sure what it is about the New Year, whether it’s tradition or the constant craving for a fresh start, to try again to improve oneself. Even I woke up this morning excited to map out the coming year. There are a million things I want to complete this year, but I’m only human, so I’m going to do one thing: Start small.

We thrive on success, but it we bite off more than we can chew, the possibility of not succeeding at any one thing is quite probable. Do you have one large goal? Write down which parts should be completed during each month, this way you have measurable success throughout the year. Do you have several small goals? Divvy them up. Make habits of a new one every month or two (or three…).

Give yourself the opportunity to succeed. Do you want to feel good? Find rehabilitation for a part of your body that needs help? Be more flexible? Eat better? Walk every day? Pick one thing–just one–and make it what you work on until it becomes a habit.

If improved fitness is your goal, remember that you have the opportunity to purchase three private sessions for $90–that’s over half off! Three dedicated hours to your body, the stuff you want to address with your body, and learning to move better. You’ll thank yourself for it. I promise.