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You Need Fitness Intentions *Not* Resolutions, Say Trainers

While the idea of kicking off a new year with fresh goals makes sense in theory, it can backfire in practice. Making a New Year’s resolution often means setting yourself up for failure, especially when it comes to getting healthy and exercising more. That’s why the trainers we spoke with recommend setting fitness intentions instead of resolutions. Here's everything you need to know.

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You Need Fitness Intentions *Not* Resolutions, Say Trainers
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    Why You Should Try Setting Fitness Intentions Instead of New Year's Resolutions

    Why You Should Try Setting Fitness Intentions Instead of New Year's Resolutions

    “Intentions are simply ideas that we plan to carry out to achieve something specific,” says personal fitness trainer Elie Hawawini.

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