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health goals

Setting reasonable goals and trying to change things slowly in your lifestyle is much more successful in the long run because it helps to boost motivation and avoids falling back into bad habits.
You made a promise to live healthy. It's now August and you really didn't hit that promise out of the park. The summer living is over, and you have promised yourself to enjoy these last few weeks, then get back to healthy living. Here's what you need to do to make sure your healthy living goals stick this time.
My opinion even about weighing clients on a regular basis may not be popular with some people, but truth be told, I don't like doing it. Indiscriminately doling out ideal body weights based on random charts and logarithms can be a loaded situation because it sets the client and me up for failure.
Did your New Year's Resolution last year involve fitness, weight loss, or getting your health back on track? Did you do it? It gets a lot of laughs, as people suddenly remember midnight December 31, then the gym membership they bought January 2, and empty promises.
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.
When it comes to making New Year's resolutions, many of us want to see that number on the scale change. If you're planning