It’s no secret that New Year’s Resolution are difficult to stick to, especially ones involving personal fitness plans and healthier eating habits.
According to the University of Scranton Journal of Clinical Psychology, losing weight, staying fit, and eating healthy are among the top five New Year’s resolutions, with losing weight taking first place. Although nearly half — 45 percent — of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, a mere 8 percent are actually successful in achieving their goal. In addition, only 38 percent of those who make weight loss, fitness, or healthy eating related resolutions resolutions succeed in staying on track.
It’s easy to see why this is. Let’s face it, working out and eating health is difficult, and not only requires knowledge but discipline as we