Fitness

Accountability Will Turn Your Resolution Into Long Term Goals



Did you make a resolution in January for the New Year? If you did, you may be like most people. This means that you now are starting to forget about that resolution or really starting to slack off. Unfortunately this happens way too often. I feel that one reason this happens is that it is very hard to keep ourselves accountable. If we could keep ourselves accountable we would probably never need to make resolutions in the first place.

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This is where some help can go a long way. It is always great to have a partner to keep you on track and of course you can do the same for them. You should share your goals with each other and when one of you seems to fall off, the other needs to help steer them back on track.

One of the most popular resolutions that people make every year is to exercise more or to lose weight. There are many options to help you stay on track. Finding a friend to be a workout partner would be great. If you do not have a friend that can help you with this, you can always use a personal trainer. This will increase your results by having someone that is always there to motivate and keep you on a program that is guaranteed to work.

There have been studies that show working out in groups can increase results as well. Exercising in a social environment forms friendships and camaraderie that keeps you wanting to show up to share results with like minded individuals. These groups will also give a sense of competition that makes you want to do your best. This is the positive side of small group personal training or joining a boot camp.

There is a perfect way to exercise out there for everyone. It just takes some time to try them out and choose the best one for you. This type of accountability can be priceless and you will be on your way to turning your resolution into a lifestyle change that can last a lifetime.

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