I am emerging from my Holiday haze, and noticing the annual increase in ads for gyms and diet plans. Overindulging during the holiday season seems par for the course, and the New Year is the obvious time to make big changes, right?
The thing is, trying to make too many changes at once is overwhelming, and pressuring yourself to make all these changes coincide with the New Year can set you up for failure.
Every day can be New Year’s day – any time is a good time to make a change. I’m not saying you can’t start first thing Friday morning. I’m saying you can start today. Or next week. Or yesterday. It doesn’t matter. Maybe this week you get back on the treadmill a few minutes each day. That’s a good change! After that becomes habit, you get your weights back out, and start some resistance training. Small steps give better results than a complete overhaul at once.
Happy New Year from BCF! May it be a healthy one; the first of many.
Not sure where to start? That’s what Brian is here for!
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