New Year’s Resolutions
The New Year is upon us and you’ve joined the gym and stocked up on kale (yum)! While you might already be questioning your dedication to the latest fad diet, these great books from Simon & Schuster will help you stick to your New Year’s resolutions all year.
If losing weight tops your list of New Year’s resolutions — you’re not alone. Here are some subtle changes to your diet that you can make today.
Research shows 40 to 45 percent of Americans make a New Year’s resolution, and those who do are 10 times more likely to meet their goal.
The key to a successful diet consists of two parts: eating healthy and exercise. Yet, the lack of both healthy food choices and time to work out prevents many college students from keeping their New Year’s resolution of losing weight.
The Troy provider of language and cultural training Global LT is supporting its employees’ New Year’s resolutions by offering onsite Zumba classes and healthier vending machine options.
Thank goodness! Don’t get me wrong, I am a sucker for holiday cheer like no other however all those extra cookies and cocktails can really begin to take a toll.
Yes, it’s that time of year again! The holidays are over — the resolutions begin, and we start the year anew. It’s a new year and time for a new you. To tell us about changes you can make to your life, WWJ Newsradio 950 asked the experts at Planet Fitness.
The Thomson-NPR survey, which asked respondents their opinions and experiences with New Year’s resolutions focused on weight loss and smoking, found that 57 percent of Americans who have made a pledge to lose weight in the last five years were successful.
The federal website USA.gov says Americans tend to make the same resolutions year after year. And then they have a hard time sticking to them.