At the beginning of every year, many people will make a resolution to improve their health and fitness. After the new year, the excitement of changing for the better fades and old habits return. Here are some tips from 5 fitness professionals on how to succeed in keeping your New Year's Resolutions.
For many of us, our emphasis is on the quantity of movement and usually not the quality of movement. “I need to do 10 reps of [insert exercise here]” or “I’m going to run 13.1 miles today.” While having fitness goals is not a bad thing, little consideration is given to the quality of movement. In this post, we will discuss the components of movement quality and how you can improve it.