dglobalnews.com Keeping your fitness New Year's resolutions
Published: Wed, January 04, 2017
Medical | By Benjamin Edwards

Keeping your fitness New Year's resolutions

Keeping your fitness New Year's resolutions

However, some people tell JET 24/FOX 66 they stopped making resolutions because they don't stick to them.

Each year, about 45% of Americans make New Year's Resolutions, but only 8% have success in achieving their goals.

"If I believe in them, then I do them".

"I've always had a fear of heights but after having recently got fitter, I decided last January to take things a step further and face my phobia head on, by climbing to base camp at Mount Everest", says the 32-year-old.

Although concerned that she wouldn't reach her goal, Julie not only reached base camp but climbed two more peaks before setting off on the long trek home - and returned home with an appetite for more adventure. "After a couple of days, I forget about them", she admitted. "Some people set unrealistic goals or do something really crazy" she said. It's more so just to try and do better, nothing specific to a new year.

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Jadyn Campbell is another area teenager who has yet to make a new resolution for 2017. Hopefully that will also keep your positive, supportive messaging targets more focused on your actual Resolutions.

If she does set a resolution, it typically is about something that interests her, such as sports since she is active all year, everything from volleyball to basketball to softball.

"Resolutions need to be easier", she states.

The flurry of tweets and WhatsApp messages going round in these first days of the year include the usual motivational quotes and passages derived from the usual sources - majority not even Ugandans- interspersed with jokes, quips and witty ditties that all say something about the sender.

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