More than a third of people will cut a workout short if they forgot something. Others will quit early because they ate a waffle first and shouldn't have. It turns out, there are a whole host of reasons for not finishing strong at the gym.
New Year's is a time to hit the reset button, a time to evaluate where you are and then kick it in gear to achieve your aspirations. These items and some determination will help you reach your fitness goals.
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Folks in Austin will be most successful in Texas when it comes to keeping a New Year's Resolution.
And Shreveport ranks higher than Lufkin? Surely we're more disciplined and determined than we think. Here's the kicker.
To be healthy and fit, it turns out we don't have to run marathons or hit the gym very hard. Here's some great news about how the Angelina College Forest Fitness Trail can improve health and extend our lives.
The most popular New Year's Resolutions are also the most commonly broken ones. In other words, there's no point in making "save more money" our goal for the new year.
Okay then! What other promises won't we keep?