The holidays seem like a distant memory- and so do a lot of our resolutions for the new year. February is a rough month. It’s cold. It’s still dark. For much of the country it’s still freezing. Spring seems so far away. Some of us are just hanging on. While the gym is still busy, there is definitely a feeling of frustration among members who aren’t seeing or feeling the change they expected by now.
I feel ya.
Thankfully, my job doesn’t make my good health optional. I have to show up. I have to exercise. I have to stay motivated so I can motivate others. But just because I’m paid to do these things doesn’t mean it’s easy. Over the years I’ve had to learn strategies to keep myself on track so I can encourage others to do the same. I don’t have it all figured out, but I know I’m definitely further along in the process. I feel good about where I am and where I’m headed.
So I’m sharing a few tips that have worked for me in keeping those healthy resolutions. Remember change happens in small doses. Be patient with you and the process. It’s what we do when things get hard that defines us. Enjoy the journey.
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