How to Succeed at a New Years Resolution Fitness Goal

Every year, millions of people jump on the “get fit” bandwagon as a New Years Resolution. Unfortunately, many of them will fall short before the end of February. Is there a way to keep yourself motivated to stay healthy for longer than two or three months? That depends on how serious you are.

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7 Health and Fitness Beliefs You Need to Scrap

The Internet is full of information. Unfortunately, not all of it is based in fact. It’s easy to get sucked into an article that is well-written even if it’s utter nonsense. When it comes to your health, you can’t really afford to put blind faith into various fitness beliefs of others.

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How to Forgive Yourself When You Do Poorly with Fitness

How often do you “hate” yourself when you do something stupid or wrong? A lot of people will become overly frustrated and even depressed with themselves because of decisions they make. I know I do. When it comes to health and fitness, I bet there is a great deal of depression and anxiety among many. So, how can you forgive yourself when you mess something up when trying to be healthy?

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Feeling Sluggish in the Morning? Here Are a Few Posibilities

Ever wake up and just don’t seem to have your head together? Perhaps your body aches and it’s difficult to get yourself moving. In any case, feeling sluggish in the morning happens to all of us at some point. The trick is to identify what’s causing the issue so you can wake up in the morning feeling well rested. Here area a few possibilities you may want to consider.

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How to Do a Net 600 Calorie Diet the Right Way

Thinking about trying a 600 calorie diet to lose some weight? Some people have a hard time restricting themselves to such small numbers. In fact, consuming less than 1000 can be very bad for the body. However, my diet is more focused on “net” calories. It’s much different as it focuses more on food versus activity. Let me explain.

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Looking for a Magic Bullet for Health? Look Inward

A vast number of people constantly look for that one perfect universal cure for being overweight. Pills, diet plans, operations and more are quite common in a commercialized country. But do any of them promote more than what you can do yourself? Is there such thing as a magic bullet, or are people faced with placebos to reach fitness goals?

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