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How To Set Realistic New Year Resolutions For Your Body

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2020 is over and 2021 is already underway. That means that it’s time to turn a new page and start the new year with realistic resolutions for your body. It’s also a new opportunity to create good habits while replacing bad ones. New routines can help you to improve intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally, and psychologically.

With that in mind, we are going to take a look at some ways to set realistic resolutions for your body in the new year:

Healthy Living- having a healthy lifestyle is more than just visiting the gym each day. Much of the healthy living actually happens outside the gym. You need to incorporate more physical activities, like standing up and walking more. If you sit on a chair for hours each day, try to do more physical activities throughout the day as you work. Healthy living also requires you to practice mindful eating. You need to choose healthier foods, instead of those quick, unhealthy options. A physiotherapist can provide the advice you need to create a healthy living plan that works for you.

Focus On Long-Term Lifestyle Changes- when making resolutions, you need to plan for the long-term and visualise how your future should be like. Make a plan which includes how you will be living and what you will be doing this year. Although it’s a long-term goal, it is still important to be as specific as possible and avoid being overly vague which can lead to failure. Write down your long-term lifestyle goals because written goals are more concrete and easier to attain. Often, long-term resolutions are complex and it’s better to break them down. If your resolutions feel overwhelming, it will be difficult to stick to them. Write down short-term goals that help you to achieve your long-term resolutions and permanent lifestyle changes.

Prioritise Health And Wellbeing – it’s very common to make weight loss resolutions. Although these resolutions can be beneficial, weight loss is only a part of the equation. Your final goal should be to achieve good health and wellbeing. By hiring a physiotherapy specialist, you will learn how to create goals that focus on your overall health and wellbeing while still enabling you to achieve your weight loss goals.

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To learn more ways to set realistic resolutions for your body in the new year, contact Physio Comes To You today and speak with a physiotherapy specialist who can answer any questions you might have.

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