Would you be surprised to know that the #1 New Year’s Resolution people make is to lose weight or exercise more? Probably not because you’ve made the same promises to yourself at least a handful of times. You’re not alone. Approximately 80% of people who set goals for the new year fail.
According to a study by Foursquare, researchers can actually pinpoint the day most people give up on their goals. They deem the first Thursday of February as “Fall Off the Wagon Day” because this is where the dip in gym attendance begins.
Not surprisingly, the increase in patrons at fast food restaurants starts the 1st Friday of February. How can you stick to your goals well past February 2nd?
The secret to weight loss success this January is to change the way you think about your New Year’s Resolution. Cleaning up your diet and attending the gym more often means a lot of change for the average person. And this change can be very stressful. That’s why we created a guide that helps you break down your goal into bite-sized pieces to make this process as stress-free as possible.
We know not everyone has hours to dedicate to meal-prepping or go to the gym 5 days a week. That’s okay. Our free New Year’s Resolution guide walks you through the process of creating attainable goals and customizing a plan that fits your lifestyle.
Make your New Year’s Resolution stick this year by learning how to:
- Create specific and realistic weight loss goals to keep you on track all year long.
- Change the way you think about your New Year’s Resolution. The first step in changing your body is to change your mind.
- Gather the tools you need for success, whether you’re in the kitchen or at the gym.
- Handle a slip-up without throwing in the towel. Discover how to recover from a cheat day or skipping your workouts for the week.
Don’t let another year come and go without achieving your weight loss goals. We want nothing more than to help you crush your goals and slip on your favorite old pair of jeans. Get your free guide to learn how you can become a healthier version of yourself.