Happy New Year!
I must say I am glad to see 2014 go. I had such a rough year physically in 2014, but I am inspired to write down some of the things I would like to see happen in 2015. Maybe they will happen in the next 3 months, 6 month, or so on. Some of these I’m not in control of, but I know I can be closer this year. I know some of you may not believe in new years resolutions but it has been, but it has been proven that of those people who do make new years resolutions (45%) 8% actually are successful! That's 2 of out 5 people making resolutions. 49% have infrequent successes, but I have to say either way, that’s a pretty good chance. Let’s just think of them as goals, things you want to accomplish, feelings you want to have, things you want said about you, or just come closer or make it happen.
Some of my new year’s resolutions have been to get the best body I’ve ever had, graduating from college, living by myself, traveling outside the united states. Fuerte Fitness was a new year’s resolution, so was competing nationally, marrying my best friend, financial freedom. Now some of them haven’t happened yet like birthing a
beautiful healthy baby or seeing my family reach their healthy bodies physically free of pain, going on a yoga retreat to some exotic place, turning out fitness videos, writing my memoir; but I have faith and I have worked on all of them.
What are yours? It’s crazy to see the people in their twenties achieve theirs at a 39% where as people over 50 achieve theirs 14% rate. Why is that? Share your resolutions with us please! You can be anonymous. Let us help you with your physical fitness goals. Maybe to be a fit mom, to have confidence in your body image, to be pain free, to shop off the hangers, to get ready for your wedding… the possibilities are endless.
It’s interesting to see what others are doing:
Living the good, fit life in Seattle, WA. Stay tuned for more bilingual fitness tips and nutritious recipes.