Are You Keeping Your New Year’s Resolution?

Overindulging during the Holidays has resulted in yet another New Year’s resolution that will be abandoned! Now is the time to break out of that same old routine! And if you’re going to break out of a routine, why not break out in a big way?

Instead of setting unrealistic health and fitness resolutions at the end of the year, why not commit to getting in shape before the weather becomes warm? Think about it. When you start a workout routine it takes some time to turn it into a habit. The road to a habit includes many bumps (missed workouts, an extra piece of cake, hitting the snooze button). It’s much easier to keep your wheels on that bumpy road when the weather is still cold and snowy you head to the gym and you’re looking forward to wearing Spring clothes that show your toned muscles.

Over the past few months, the triple threat of Halloween candy, Thanksgiving dinner and Christmas cookies have been filling your life. Instead of risking injury by overdoing it at your first January workout and then dropping your New Year’s resolution to lose those extra ten pounds, offset the extra calories with regular workouts with a trained personal trainer.

Finally, there’s the pure joy you’ll feel when friends and co-workers bemoan Holiday season overindulgences and vow that they’ll make 2019 the year they finally become regulars at the gym. No anxiety on your part! You’re beyond the bumpy road they have ahead of them and it’s nothing but smooth sailing from now to a new sleeveless summer.

Be the first on your block to get a head start on your New Year’s resolution with Summit Health & Fitness!

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