New Year’s Resolution Tips for Diet and Exercise

When it comes to New Year’s Resolutions related to nutrition and exercise, people often try to make a complete overhaul of their diet and workout regime. Trying to commit to a resolution like this can be overwhelming, exhausting, and in truth, quite unsustainable. Here are some helpful resolution tips so you can stick to them for the long-term and feel successful while doing it! Continue reading New Year’s Resolution Tips for Diet and Exercise

How to Overcome Failure

How do you succeed when others (and maybe you too) have previously failed? You’ve tried everything. You’ve gone on all of the diets. You’ve followed them to the letter. You’ve exercised. Now what? How do you turn a previous failure into success? Continue reading How to Overcome Failure

Small Math to Get You on Track

So you’re looking to lose some weight, tone up a little bit, or cut some of those unhealthy calories from your diet. But at the same time, you work a full time job, you’re a full time parent, and you have to get to the gym for that full hour of cardio or you may only have 5 minutes for a snack. Lucky for you, math can help. Let’s do some homework! Continue reading Small Math to Get You on Track

Resolution Revisited

By Melissa Radmer, CPT, Group Exercise & Fitness Director at Elite Sports Club-West Brookfield

Thinking back to January 1st, you perhaps set a new year’s resolution for yourself. Maybe it was to get fit, lose weight, save money, or eat better. Perhaps it was one, multiple, or a combination. So, how are you doing? Are you on track? Making progress? Have you already given up? Let’s revisit your new year’s resolution. Continue reading Resolution Revisited

Making New Year’s Resolutions the SMART Way

It’s the beginning of a new year and with it comes hope and a chance to do things better than the year before. Many people reflect on their future, making New Year’s Resolutions as a way to set goals and monitor their achievement. Unfortunately, often times these goals are too vague or too lofty and are quickly broken. Here’s a “SMART” way to achieve greater success. Continue reading Making New Year’s Resolutions the SMART Way