Keeping your New Year’s fitness resolution

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Ah it’s that time of the year again. Within the first couple of weeks in the semester, the Nelson is already drenched with teen spirit. Everybody wants to stick to what they resolved to do come midnight New Years Eve. And yet, so many will fail and revert back to old habits. Don’t be that person. Rise and flourish with Blog’s three-step guide on how to stick to your New Year’s fitness resolution.

1. Goals.

Let’s keep things real here. Without a goal, you’ll be walking around in circles and contemplating the meaning of life (and your resolution). The less abstract your goal, the better. Decide exactly what you want out of your New Years workout resolution. Are you looking to improve the pace on your morning jog? Trying to double your bench press, squat, and deadlift? A crucial component of setting goals is knowing where you are currently. Once your know where you currently stand, you can set a realistic goal so you won’t be frustrated a year from now.

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Blogify: Resolution Revolution

You’ve made it to February, which means you’re 1/12th of the way to successfully fulfilling your New Years Resolution! Probably the most common New Year’s resolution for lazy college students is to work out more, so we’ve concocted a playlist to keep you going at (and to) the gym. Here’s a little inspiration so your 2015 doesn’t end up like Drake’s.