According to the University of Scranton Journal of Clinical Psychology, losing weight and staying fit / being healthy are No. 1 and No. 5 on the list of top-10 New Year resolutions for 2014. And in 2002 the Journal of Clinical Psychology reported that only 39% of people in their 20's achieve their New Year resolution and the rate goes way down as we grow older.
But wouldn't you agree that staying fit and being healthy are resolutions worth achieving? Improving fitness and maximizing your health are life-enhancing and life changing.
Unfortunately, there are more reasons why we fail on our healthy resolutions than the desert has sand. So today I want to talk about one reason that effects every single one of us at one time or another. This reason for failure is particularly bad because it comes after we've gone gangbusters with our fitness commitment and we've had some success. It stifles our progress and frustrates all of us to the point of giving up at some point. But don't worry, I'm going to give you my favorite tip to get past this hurdle to find the success you've been chasing.
Watch the video below to find out what my favorite tip is.
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*DISCLAIMER: Not all exercises are suitable for everyone and this or any other exercise program may result in injury. To reduce the risk of injury in your case, consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program. The instructions and advice presented are in no way intended as a substitute for medical counseling. The creators, producers, participants, distributors of this program and connected media disclaim any liabilities or loss in connection with the exercises and advice herein.