Creating a new fitness goal often stems from some sort of individual motivation. However, whether you want to lose weight or to be able to run a faster mile, chances are you’re going to need at least a little help along the way.
Most years just when we start to feel like spring will never arrive, it does. And we couldn’t be happier about it. There’s just something about the season and new found sunshine that makes us feel happier and ready to tackle just about anything. So when you are making your spring cleaning list this year, why not add your fitness routine to it?
Here’s to setting better goals instead of resolutions in the New Year. It’s not that we don’t like resolutions; we’re all for creating a healthier, more improved version of you. It’s just that resolutions tend to receive a bad wrap. They’re often lofty and while set with the best intentions, they’re also not the easiest to achieve.
As the month of January comes to an end, many of us begin to look back at those resolutions we made a few short weeks ago. For some, we’ll be happy with our success. For others, we might figure out we need to get back on track… and that’s okay.
The holiday season is officially here and chances are your calendar is already full of parties and family gatherings. A lot of times, eating and drinking play a center role in said celebrations. However, what’s good for our taste buds is not always good for our waistlines.
We live in a society that loves to celebrate. Seriously, at any given time you can perform a quick Google search and find a “holiday” being observed that day. Well it just so happens May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month as declared by none other than the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition.