ATLANTA – Are you finding it hard to keep up with your New Year’s Resolutions? If so, you might not be alone. According to Time Magazine, the top ten resolutions are, also, the top resolutions to be broken. According to the list, the top ten resolutions were to lose weight, quit smoking, learn something new, eat healthier, reduce or eliminate debt, spend more time with family, travel, meditate more, volunteer and to quit drinking.
Stephen Smith, a trainer at Urban Body Fitness, which is located in the Amsterdam Walk area of Midtown, suggests that people should make “realistic goals” when attempting to lose weight as a New Year’s Resolutions.
He says to start off “small” and to “break final goals into micro-resolutions.” Smith urges his clients to set up small goals like training and running a 5K, then running a 10K and possibly completing a marathon by the end of the year.