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It has been my experience that most people go wrong on January 1st with their fitness goals.  Eating better, exercising more and losing weight are some of the most popular New Year resolutions. 

January 1st comes and people attack their goals with great gusto, but many have no idea how to reach their goals and maintain momentum and motivation. 

Bobby Fischer It

Strategy is everything, ask any football coach, war general or chess master.  There has to be a plan in place to allow the best possible chance to succeed. 

The best advice I can give you if you are going to make changes that last this New Year -

Make the plan simple and progressive!  

Complex can come later after you have exhausted simple and progressive. 

Talk to others who have accomplished the goal you are chasing down.  Find out what worked for them and what didn’t. This can be valuable knowledge that saves you from going down the wrong path. 

Last, but certainly not least, be patient. Keep in mind that changes take time. 

Key Points To Remember

  • Simple and progressive
  • Find out how others did it
  • Be patient 

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