Every January 1st, we hear about the New Year’s resolutions. Gym memberships soar at the beginning of the New Year, yet by March, the dropout rate at gyms is astonishing. The initial excitement slowly evaporates and we are all back into our mundane rut and bad habits. So how do we get out of the rut and really make the necessary changes?
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Next to smoking, excess weight due to poor eating habits and a sedentary lifestyle has a greater effect on everything from your major organs and body systems, to your hormones, bones, joints and even your sleep.
It begins with small but consistent steps that eventually turn into a new existence. Everyone can make a small change here and there in order to change their quality of life and overall health for the better.
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