Rachit Dua

New Year's Resolution

January, 2018
The Master Responds

January 2018 is here, and yeah it’s time to continue the fitness-resolutions ritual! Every year you swear to conquer your fitness resolves and begin dreaming of a ripped physique. But wait, let’s do a quick reality check! Your initial couple of months go quickly and well until the potato fries overtake your dumbbell flies. You become lazy and give up all your resolutions of this year.

In this piece I’m trying to help you make some lasting fitness resolutions for 2018. I’ll be sharing the top seven practical tips that will help you stick to your resolutions this year.

Hire a Certified Personal Trainer

This tip might seem expensive, but trust me there is a reason why I have put it at the top of my list. Your personal trainer will help you unleash your real potential on the gym floor. He motivates you to train harder and perform that extra rep which gives you that extra edge. Once you are set with a good coach, you learn to be accountable for your efforts in the context to your diet and workout. As a result, he helps you achieve your fitness goals in a more efficient manner.

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