How to Recommit to Your New Year's Fitness Goals


Ok, so it's officially Spring now and the hot weather is in full effect.

My ladies in Texas (and the rest of the south) know what I mean.

If you've fallen behind on your New Year's fitness goals, this is for you.

We know how it can be, trying to change many things at once.

It's not your fault.

It's not that you aren't serious about your health.

It might be a simple as you just not having a roadmap for your transformation.

But no worries.

Here at Lyfestyle 180, we've got a plan for you to get back on track with your goals.

Because your health should remain a priority.

Here is a 3-step plan to get your fitness and self-care goals back on track.

  1. Remember Your Why. It's important that you stay deeply connected to your why. Remember why you first decided to make the change. If you've lost connection to that why, take some time to think about it. Take a walk or speak to someone encouraging who can help you rediscover it. Write it down. Read it every day, if you must. And remain committed to it.

  2. Take Self-Care Inventory. How do you feel? It's OK if you haven't quite made it to where you desire to be. It’s important to be honest with yourself. Understand, the transformation doesn't happen overnight. Be patient with your process and progress. And know, with determination, persistence, and the right help you'll get there.

  3. Find Accountability When you involve other people in your goals, you’re more likely to stick to them. This is backed by Psychology Today. Besides, why wouldn't you want to be around inspiring, dedicated people with similar goals?

For us, all of these are important but accountability is huge.

Because you could have a 'why' that spurs action, but if you're not accountable to anyone, you're still likely to be uncommitted.

So, to help, this week we're offering a free 7-day pass for you.

Come by and recommit yourself to your fitness and health goals.

We can't wait to see you there.

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Brandi Simmons