It’s important to have exercise in your overall health goals. It’s good to shake up your routine every so often because your workout can become easier and less effective over time. The New Year is a good time to set yourself some new exercise goals. You might simply need to work out more or harder, you might want to try something new like cycling, or you might want to add weights to your routine. Whatever exercise New Year’s Resolutions you set, here’s how to stick to them.
1. Plan Ahead
Arrange your weekly workouts in advance and set yourself achievable goals, such as working out three times a week or running 5 km or building up a certain amount of muscle. Drawing up a fitness goal plan can not only help you to actually stick to doing exercise but also improve your athletic performance, so research has shown. Routinely visualize the result of all your efforts, which will help you to continue with what you've set out to achieve.