I don't really believe in New Year's resolutions. To me, they just seem like they were made to be broken. With that being said, I have decided to really try and commit to bettering myself in the year to come. I am doing this in multiple facets of my life and one of them is through physical fitness and all around healthiness.
To lose weight, you need to do more than one thing. Weight loss means creating an overall healthy environment for your body. Sure, you might drop a few pounds by changing your diet, but you’ll quickly plateau if you’re not exercising, too. You’ll also find, at some point, your original efforts in healthy eating and exercise will quit doing the job. That’s because you need to up your game; you may need to work out more, change your fitness routine, or even change your diet again.
Most health trends end up being more harmful than beneficial in the long run. That's why it's important to take a step back, and really become educated in the process of any health fad you are considering taking part in.
You can gain a lot of workout and exercise information from those around you such as your friends or personal trainer. There are even moments when you Google the best workouts for your body and health. But do these sources really know what you need? You can surf the internet for answers, but it’s always a disorganized mess on the internet. Sometimes, even Google doesn't know what you need.