May 30, 2024

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10 tips to create a workout plan that lasts beyond January

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It’s that time of the year when fitness resolutions seem to be all the buzz. But for many, their newly minted workout goals will be abandoned before Groundhog Day.

In fact, according to a recent Statista study of 1,500 adults, the most popular New Year’s Resolution last year was to exercise more (50{b574a629d83ad7698d9c0ca2d3a10ad895e8e51aa97c347fc42e9508f0e4325d}), with losing weight coming in a close second (48{b574a629d83ad7698d9c0ca2d3a10ad895e8e51aa97c347fc42e9508f0e4325d}). Unfortunately, 80{b574a629d83ad7698d9c0ca2d3a10ad895e8e51aa97c347fc42e9508f0e4325d} of the people who make health-related resolutions ditch them by Valentine’s Day. And 14{b574a629d83ad7698d9c0ca2d3a10ad895e8e51aa97c347fc42e9508f0e4325d} of resolutioners who join a gym at the start of the year with lofty exercise intentions find themselves quitting by the end of February (50{b574a629d83ad7698d9c0ca2d3a10ad895e8e51aa97c347fc42e9508f0e4325d} quit within six months).

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