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Getting 2020 Clarity on Your Goals

Dive into a new fitness routine with New Year’s vigor, only to give up before the winter’s even over...sound familiar? Year-after-year, people make and then break their “New Year, New Me” promises. But what if you don’t want to become another New Year’s resolution trope in 2020? Break the cycle and get some clarity on your fitness goals once and for all to ensure they continue on to become good lifelong habits.

Look back on your 2019 fitness goals and prepare for 2020

As you’ve worked toward your goals throughout 2019 you may have surprised yourself by doing more than you thought you could… or you may have hit a snag. If the latter’s the case, don’t lose hope!

Whether you set goals to lose weight, finish a 20km run, or maintain a consistently active lifestyle, it’s important to look back on what you’ve attained and what you still need to do to get closer to becoming a healthier you.

Why scheduled workouts maximize your fitness progress

If you've started a fitness program and feel like you're making progress, you're probably thinking about increasing the intensity and frequency of your workouts. But too often, careers, family, and other life obligations can get in the way. The solution is to schedule your weekly workout routine, so that you make time to exercise, instead of trying to find time.

Summer’s over, school’s back in: It’s time to develop a fitness routine

It doesn’t take much to decide to sit on the couch all day and watch the latest binge-worthy TV shows. But to get your butt to the gym, you often need a million reasons. This pattern will repeat itself if you don’t watch it.

According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, adults need 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity per week to stay healthy.

Is intermittent fasting right for you?

Intermittent fasting — perhaps you’ve heard about this “diet” in the office, or maybe you have friends who are raving about it.

Kourtney Kardashian, Halle Berry, Chris Pratt, and Hugh Jackman have all tried and swear by it. Intermittent fasting sounds like something you should follow, but what is it exactly?

What is intermittent fasting?
Intermittent fasting is a dieting pattern that involves eating only during a specified window of time.