Keep Your 2017 New Year Resolutions

It’s 2017!

Time to put all your NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS to practice. One of the biggest things that people want to conquer in the new year is conquering their fitness goals. Whether you want to tone, lose weight or simply maintain your fitness levels it all starts with consistency and determination. I’ve mentioned in my previous blogs that you have to be the change that you see in your body. When you want better for yourself you’ll take the steps to make it happen and that goes beyond just fitness training.


Don’t let January go by without you having made any advancements to improve your fitness lifestyle. Let your failures from years past be your motivation to stick to your resolutions and actually follow through with them. Having accountability partners helps with keeping your goals because you’re surrounded by people who want the same things as you… a healthier lifestyle! Fit 29 offers daily fitness motivation to its members and friends that want encouragement as they strive to reach their fitness goals.

Some easy ways that can help you keep your fitness NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS include having an accountability partner, taking it one day at a time, and enjoying the process of becoming healthy and fit.

We’ve touched on the benefits of how an accountability partner can help you keep your fitness goals, but taking it one day at a time is super important, too. For starters, you cannot rush a fitness transformation as it takes time.


“It takes 4 weeks for you to see your body changing. It takes 8 weeks for your friends and family. It takes 12 weeks for the rest of the world, so keep going.”

Lastly, enjoying the process of becoming healthy and fit is something you cannot rush because it helps you develop patience and discipline, which are awesome character traits to have. Learn that only you can control the outcome of your fitness life, so begin to take the steps for a fitness transformation.

It’s 2017 now, so let’s get it!


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