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Sticking to Your New Year’s Fitness Resolutions


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Sticking to Your New Year's Fitness Resolutions

New Year’s resolutions – we’ve all made them, and we’ve all broken them, often before January even ends! The enthusiasm of January 1st can quickly fizzle out, leaving us wondering why we even bothered in the first place. But fear not, because sticking to your resolutions past January is entirely achievable with the right mindset and a few strategic tricks up your sleeve. 

In this article, we’re going to explore five ways to help you stay on track and turn your resolutions into lasting habits. If you are looking for things to add to your 2024 schedule or maybe looking for the ideal thing to get you inspired to get going in 2024 then why not also check out our other articles on fitness challenges, marathons and the very best in motivational telly and film?


Target Realistic Goals

Man preparing for a run

It’s easy to get carried away on the resolution train, promising yourself that you’ll hit the gym every day, become a vegan, and write a novel by February. But hold on a minute! While aiming high is admirable, setting realistic goals is crucial. Make sure your resolutions are achievable within your current lifestyle and commitments. Instead of “I’ll hit the gym every day,” try “I’ll exercise three times a week.” Realistic goals set you up for success rather than frustration.


Make a Vision Board

Feeling a bit artsy? Great! Create a vision board that showcases your resolutions and goals visually. There’s all sorts of great digital tools to help you with or if you are feeling particularly old school, the classic scrapbook still works. Having a visual representation of your goals can remind you why you started in the first place. Place it somewhere you’ll see it daily – like your fridge or the background of your computer. It’s like a friendly nudge to keep you on track. While not exactly a vision board, getting all your dates on a calendar you see everyday can also be a great way to motivate yourself and promote positive vibes.


Find a Resolution Buddy

Sticking to Your New Year's Fitness Resolutions

Having a resolution buddy can make sticking to your goals a lot more fun and manageable. Find a friend or family member who shares a similar resolution or even someone who’s just enthusiastic about your journey. You can motivate each other, share progress, and commiserate over setbacks. Having a buddy to work with can turn resolutions into a social experience that feels far easier to stick to! There’s also a lot of fitness challenges you can take on with a mate. Maybe someone should make a list of the best ones…


Small Wins Lead to Big Wins

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Celebrating small victories is a game-changer. When you set resolutions, break them down into smaller, achievable milestones. Then, when you hit those milestones, give yourself a pat on the back. Finished a week of healthy eating? Treat yourself to a movie night. Completed a month of consistent workouts? Reward yourself with a spa day. Recognising these small wins can keep you motivated and feeling accomplished, which is essential for long-term success.


Embrace the Plot Twists

Life is full of surprises, some of which can knock your resolutions off course. But here’s the deal: adaptability and resilience are your secret weapons. Instead of giving up when life throws a curveball, adjust your goals as needed. Be kind to yourself and understand that setbacks happen. It’s not about perfection; it’s about progress. Learn from your challenges, stay flexible, and keep moving forward.

In conclusion, sticking to your resolutions past January is entirely possible when you approach them with a realistic mindset. It’s not always easy but it’s worth it in the long run. Remember, it’s not about being perfect; it’s about making progress one step at a time. So go ahead and crush those resolutions, all year long!