It’s that time of year again. The time when people have great intentions to make changes in their lives. Yup, New Years Resolutions. Unfortunately, 95% of those individuals who start off on the right track will have failed in those resolutions by March. It’s part of the reason why I try not to make resolutions. I think it’s more poignant to try and live your best life every month of the year, forgiving yourself for your slip ups and rewarding yourself for your triumphs. But, since it is the beginning of January and since there really is NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT to get started, let’s figure out how to succeed.
In my experience, there are a number of crucial components for success when you want to make a change. Not that I’m remotely an expert in these things, but I’ve done a ton of research on nutrition and fitness and have used myself as a guinea pig for a number of different methods, so naturally, I want to share this combined knowledge with you. I’m going to cover them in three parts over three days – Getting Your Head in the Game, Changing Your Relationship with Food and Starting (And Maintaining) a New Fitness Routine.