2021 fitness resolutions

Reasonable 2021 Resolutions You Will Actually Stick To

2020 was so rough that your main goal for 2021 might just be to survive. Consequently, we’re showing you reasonable resolutions that can improve COVID’s mark on your daily life and your outlook on the future, thanks to psychology, nutrition, fitness, and business experts.

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The Anatomy of Failed Resolutions—and How YOU CAN Overcome

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December 31: It’s New Year’s Eve, and you’re looking as much like a disco ball as possible! You’re kicking off the New Year with a flash of sparkle and some sequins. You could walk onto the floor of Saturday Night Fever and win just for showing up. You’re popping bubbly and toasting to the end of one incredible year while cheering on the next. You begin affirming resolutions, determined to turn a new page in your life.

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Memories in the Making: Your Kids’ First Ski Trip

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Whether you’re tackling the Rocky Mountains from the powder in Banff or riding the gondola to the top of Breckenridge ski resort, the thrill of jumping on the snow-capped ridges pales instantly when considering looking out for the little ones. Making sure you don’t collide with inexperienced kids on the slopes is hard enough, but what about bringing them yourself? We came up with a few pointers to ease your mind and make sure everyone—your kids and the other skiers on the mountain—have a fun time.

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Get kids moving

Keep Kids Moving – Their Future Depends On It

Get kids movingAcross the world, the consensus is that youth sports and exercise needs to be a bigger part of our children’s lives—Particularly in the lives of those children who spend too much time in front of computers, video games and television.

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Keep Your Fitness Goals on Track with a Workout Community

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Spring has sprung. Time to get back into shape. Joining or creating a workout community on GetAssist can help you get the results you’re looking for. Use your motivation to get others to join the community, so you can keep each other going strong throughout the summer. Here are six tips to make the most of your new workout community:

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