If one of your goals this year is to improve your health, reduce a cranky back or even lose some weight, then this video could be for you.
In the video I share a simple tip that could help you reach those goals.
The best thing is that it can be super simple to implement without having to make drastic changes.
I hope you find it useful.
In my previous post I talked about ways to get the most out of your exercise based New Year’s resolution. There is one thing I forgot to add to the list in the last post, and that is accountability. If you are accountable for your actions you are more likely to succeed. Accountability can be with a personal trainer, a training partner or having a friend or partner help keep you on track.
I have always said that I practice what I preach. By this I mean doing appropriate stretches, exercises, eating well and so on, to maintain function and hopefully good health. I am like most people and made a few resolutions this year. My main resolution is to improve my fitness, strength and stability. To help me succeed in this resolution I am writing about it here to make sure I have accountability and succeed. Continue reading to find out what I am doing.
The arrival of the New Year inevitably brings about thoughts of New Year’s Resolutions. One of the main resolutions that you always hear about is starting an exercise program or hitting the gym to get into good shape or lose those holiday kilos that somehow managed to find their way onto your body. A lot of the time, these resolutions are short lived as the program you started is not sustainable, you suffer an injury or you lose interest. Here are my tips for helping get the best results and hopefully avoiding injuries.
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