Here we are at the beginning of February 2014. How are you doing with your freshly etched New Year's Resolution? If you're on track, great. If you're feeling burnt out already, or like you bit off more than you can chew, the following ideas might give you some hope.
Like anything in life, goals have to change when the circumstances do. In my case, I have to heal an injury and that means a half-marathon will be more manageable than a full one. Quitting is not an option, but adjusting my expectations is. Here's six more tips I'm following to keep my fitness resolutions on track this year.
If you struggle with weight, health issues due to inactive lifestyle or just want to become the healthiest version of you, use September as a catalyst. Find a trainer and support system and instead of promising yourself this time it's different, make it different.
There are plenty of articles out there about how to get fit in 2013. But what should those of us who are already fit be doing to improve our fitness abilities? Here are five resolutions for better ath...