New Year’s Resolutions
Are you ready to start a new workout plan? Whatever your reason to get fit may be, it’s no secret that gyms will be flooded with new members as many look to change our workout ways in 2015.
With the New Year upon us, chances are that getting in better shape is on your list of resolutions. But your plan for accomplishing that goal might not be as effective as you think.
The New Year is upon us and you’ve joined the gym and stocked up on kale (yum)! While you might already be questioning your dedication to the latest fad diet, these great books from Simon & Schuster will help you stick to your New Year’s resolutions all year.
New Year’s resolutions can be tough to keep. Studies show only 8 percent of people actually keep them. So why not try something new this year? Twin Cities blogger Jasmine Stringer shared with WCCO four alternative ways to establish goals and live a more fulfilling life in 2015.
Minnesota newlyweds Bri and Ryan Haagenson are kicking off the new year with a trip to Jamaica after winning a six-week fitness challenge. For the couple, getting fit was a part of the plan after they said “I do” on Sept. 12.
Millions of Americans are busy writing up their New Year’s resolutions for 2015. According to a U.S. government survey, the top resolutions this year are to lose weight, get organized and spend less money.
Did you know January is National Get Organized month? This week, the WCCO Morning Show is focusing on what many of you listed as a top New Year’s resolution — getting organized — and how you can keep the trend going throughout 2014.
Volunteering always ranks right up there when it comes to New Year’s resolutions. Here in Minnesota, it’s a place where we excel. Almost 38 percent of Minnesotans give money or time — ranking the Land of 10,000 Lakes second in the country.
Regardless of how your 2013 was, everyone gets a fresh start on Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014. For many, they mark this new beginning with a resolution. Much like the first day of school, looking at your goals for the year can be daunting.
One of the signatures of starting a new year is a resolution. We start the new year with a clean slate and vow to either take a temptation out of our lives or do something to make ourselves healthier and happier. Some popular resolutions include eating better, exercising more and giving up smoking.
About 40 percent of us will make New Year’s resolutions for 2014. But,according to research by University of Scranton psychologist Dr. John Norcross, those lofty goals fall by the wayside after six months for more than half who set them. In his study, success rates were 71 percent for two weeks, 64 percent for one month and 46 percent for six months.
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It’s time to kick start those New Year’s resolutions to live healthier. Many of us out there start strong, but then our fitness plan goes out the window after a couple months or even just a few days.
Several Minneapolis chefs are uniting online to help Minnesotans achieve their weight lose resolutions in 2013.