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Did you meet your New Year’s resolutions last year? If not, don’t feel too bad. Of the 45 percent of Americans who set New Year’s resolutions goals each year, only 8 percent of people actually achieve them, according to a research study by the University of Scranton.
Long-term New Year’s goals can easily become overwhelming. If your goals are unrealistic, it is easy to burn out or find yourself wanting to give up. Choose goals that are specific, measurable and achievable, as well as realistic and time-limited. This will make them easier to accomplish and maintain.
How many things do you have on your holiday to-do list? What with all the shopping, the gift wrapping, the cooking and the get-togethers at this time of year, it’s no wonder that people tend to start skipping workouts around the holidays.
But maintaining some sort of exercise routine is actually even more important during this season of overeating and higher stress levels. Not only can it help make up for some of the excesses of holiday feasting, but it can also help you keep your calm amidst all the hustle and bustle.
We are entering into the time of year, for us to all reflect on our blessings. Life, happiness, health, family and friends. Our Thankful Turkey cards gives our members and staff the opportunity to reflect on all the wonderful things life has for us.
At the Y, we have a lot to be thankful for year-round, but Thanksgiving seems like the perfect time to recognize all of the reasons why.
Men’s health month might kick-start you to do a few more sit-ups, maybe visit the doc or even get the prostate exam you’ve been putting off. But let’s face it, much like New Year’s Resolutions, your good intentions set forth during June will probably lessen by the 4th of July. So let’s look at health as less of a daily commitment to change your habits and more of a generational focus on what should be important to you during the different stages of your life in regards to health and wellness.
February is American Heart Month, and as a leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to improving the nation’s health, the Greater Naples YMCA offers the following tips to help families in in our community to be heart healthy.
It happens every year – you overeat around the holidays, you feel bad about it and you make a New Year’s resolution to get in shape. The problem is, many people who make that resolution fall short before Spring even hits. This year, resolve to stick to your resolution! It’s not easy to do it alone but it can be easier if you stick to these five simple tips. Take these tips and post them on your fridge or set a reminder in your phone once week to reflect on them and assess your progress.