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Why I Have No Fitness Resolutions This Year


Hi friends,

Hope you are having a great week! Today I am sharing my New Years fitness resolution or rather lack there of. Last year at this time I was training for a half marathon and ran my first one in February. It was a great personal accomplishment and one of my fitness resolutions last year. But 2020 has come and this year I am resolution-less. I have no big fitness plans or big goals to accomplish for the year, and I am ok with that. I’m sharing more of why I have chosen not to have any fitness resolutions this year below, plus this cute workout outfit and leopard bomber jacket I can’t get enough of.

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To be honest with you after I finished my first half marathon, I stopped going to the gym. I didn’t feel a need to go after accomplishing my goal for the year. Plus we moved into our new home and life got too busy to where my fitness didn’t become a priority. I didn’t realize how much I missed the gym until I realized how it was an integral part of my life. Going the gym wasn’t just about accomplishing my fitness goals, but it was a part of my life that helped me stay mentally and physically healthy.

Now I don’t go to the gym because I have a specific physical goal I want to accomplish, rather I go because it keeps me active and physically and mentally better as a person. I instantly felt better and more productive when I took thirty minutes to an hour a day to exercise. I’ve come to the age that I’ve accepted my body for all that it is, and just want to do the best I can to maintain and take care of this vessel God has given me. Next year who knows what I might want to accomplish physically, but this year I’m perfectly happy with having no resolutions at all. Do you have any resolutions this year?


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