New Year

It’s that time of year when many people make health and fitness resolutions. They join gyms, vow to lose weight, go on a diet, and/or hire a trainer only to burnout within the first few weeks.

The first thing to ask yourself when making a health and or fitness resolution is whether or not you are ready, willing and able to make a commitment or change. It’s all about making a change. If you’re not ready, willing or able then it won’t happen. You’ve got to look at your reasons for and against making a change and or what’s going to get in your way to achieve your goals. Start small and with a realistic goal that is easily measured and attainable. Choose a goal that speaks to you, reflects your needs and values.

Hire an experienced and qualified trainer, who can help you so you won’t risk failure or burnout!

Author: gobefitc

What do you think of when the word fitness comes to mind? What images and thoughts appear? What are you doing in that moment? Is it enjoyable or are you just going through the motions? Beth's philosophy is that fitness should be fun, goal-oriented, realistic and integrated into daily life, regardless of age, gender, health and level. Attitude is everything when it comes to health and fitness. She inspires and motivates every individual to utilize their greatest gifts: their body, heart and mind, by creating a dynamic and functional program that incorporates fitness into everyday life. The days of tedious and monotonous workouts are over! Instead, you get an exhilarating program that suits you. Variety is the spice of life! Participating in a lifelong fitness program that excites you, empowers you, and reflects you and your goals is your ultimate health and fitness success story. The real question is: What do you imagine for yourself now — at whatever stage you may be in your life?

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