Develop healthy habits, break big goals into smaller ones, & reward yourself for progress.

New year, new goals: 5 tips to help keep your health resolutions on track.

January 2nd 2024.

Develop healthy habits, break big goals into smaller ones, & reward yourself for progress.
It's the beginning of a new year, and for millions of Americans, that means it's time to set New Year's resolutions around health. Whether you're aiming to lose weight, build muscle, manage your blood pressure, or just eat healthier, it's hard to keep up with our good intentions throughout the year.

To help you stay on track, here are five tips to make sure your resolutions don't fall by the wayside.

First, out with the old and in with the new. Visualize who you want to be, and keep reminders of your goals in places you frequent, like near a mirror. It's also a good idea to tell your friends and family about your resolutions, so they can support you and help you stay accountable.

Second, make sure you have all the necessary supplies ready to go. Have your running shoes by the door, keep healthy snacks in the fridge, and block out time in your schedule for exercise.

Third, reward yourself for milestones. Break your goal down into smaller, achievable goals, and celebrate when you reach them. Just make sure to do so in moderation - don't totally derail your new healthy lifestyle with binge eating your favorite sweets.

Finally, it's important to know why you're making these changes. Dig deep and find a meaningful reason for why these resolutions are important to you. Knowing why you're making these changes can help you stay motivated when it gets tough.

By following these tips, you can stay on track to meet your health goals this year and beyond. Good luck!

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