By Sarah Klein
In theory, a New Year’s resolution is a great idea. January is as good a time as any to reevaluate and prioritize and make changes.
In practice, many ambitious fitness goals made on Jan 1. dissolve into self-defeating thinking and disappointment. But that doesn’t mean that all New Year’s resolution (or, really, resolving to make changes at point in time throughout the year) need to end in frustration and failure. The trick is making the right one.
Source: More Fitness