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Written by belindaconfetti Last updated: January 11, 2011
It’s a New Year again. Hands up who’s making the same resolutions, just like last year – to get fitter and healthier? Professional trainer Andy Jeffries from Pro Balance Health shows us how to make plans for the new improved you!
It seems so easy, when we initially make resolutions, but it’s harder to actually carry them out, to finally becoming that wonderful, productive, healthy, happy person we have always wanted to be. The trouble is, we have to actually make the changes, especially with exercise and diet, rather than just talk about it. This tends to fade, once we realise that we can’t change things overnight?
“Before you start the same old diet and/or fitness programs, ask yourself one question: can I sustain this new fitness and diet program everyday?”
I have read some great articles, recently and noticed that most of them highlighted 3 rules for making lasting, successful changes, that last all year and beyond and make New Years resolutions successful. They are:
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