New Year's Resolutions for Health & Wellness: Why It Has to Be an All-Year Commitment by Dawn Taylor
As a personal trainer, I am about to see a jump in business. New Year's resolutions spur people into action to get healthy ... for about a month. For most people, the magical resolution is what they think will help them commit to getting fit. While I'm always happy when people have this goal, I have too often seen the frustration when they realize that it is going to take time to reach their goals.
At any time of year, I explain that their goals will be met over time, with small changes, but they have to be consistent and have a change in lifestyle. Dieting and excessive exercise will only get them so far, and even then the progress made will be impossible to maintain.
With that being said, I am happy to take clients this time of year, but my methods will remain the same. I will not promote quick fixes, nor will I give workouts that will make my clients so sore that they won't want to come back. They will:
- Learn how to do many exercises.
- Learn how to use resistance training to lose weight.
- Learn what target heart rate means and why it is so important to their goals.
Most importantly, I'll show them that weight loss and being fit is a lifetime commitment that must become habit.
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