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Already Abandoned Your New Year’s Resolutions? Not to Worry; Here are Three You Will Want to Keep All Year

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The Houstonian Club’s fitness and nutrition experts share three easy and healthy resolutions that will last you well into the year ahead.

Most New Year’s resolutions are destined to fail by the end of January. The Houstonian Club’s team of fitness experts share three that will last all year.

Instead of thinking about what you can eliminate, think of what you can add: vegetables, fruit, legumes, whole grains, nuts & seeds.”
— Denise Hernandez, The Houstonian Club

HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES, January 18, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- January is dedicated to fresh starts and new intentions for the year ahead. Still, as we head into the last half of the month, the best of intentions may have fallen by the wayside and New Year’s resolutions abandoned. A study from the University of Scranton shows that about 25% of people don’t stick with their resolutions for more than seven days. Further, according to Strava, a social network for athletes, the end of January seems to be the time when resolutions are destined to fail.

If you have managed to persevere – keep going! But if you are one of the many who need a boost to your 2021 mindset, The Houstonian Club’s fitness and nutrition experts share three easy and healthy resolutions that will last you well into the year ahead.

Commit to Moving Each Day
Ten to twenty minutes each day is all you need to start a healthy habit. Don’t worry about having a formal or structured workout in place; commit to moving your body by stretching, walking, or doing mobility exercises in the comfort of your home. According to Bob Talamini, personal trainer at The Houstonian Club, you will never finish a workout and say, “I wish I didn’t work out today.”

Drink More Water
Your mom was right – you really do need to drink more water. Studies show that more than half of Americans are severely dehydrated, showing up in symptoms such as lower back pain and lack of energy or sleepiness. Daniel Oliver, personal trainer at The Houstonian Club, recommends drinking half your body weight in fluid ounces each day.

Harness the Power of Plants
Denise Hernandez MS, RD, LD Nutritionist, and Dietitian at The Houstonian Club advises putting a plant-based focus on your plate. “Instead of thinking about what you can eliminate, think of what you can add: vegetables, fruit, legumes, whole grains, nuts & seeds.” These foods will add more nutrients to your diet and help keep you fuller longer.

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