New Year’s Resolutions
Do you set New Year’s resolutions and then fail to accomplish them? If you answered "yes," you are not alone. Researchers suggest that only 9% of Americans that make resolutions complete them. In fact, research goes on to show that 23% of people quit their resolutions by the end of the first week, and 43% quit by the end of January.
Why Do New Year's Resolutions Fail?
There are four reasons why people seem to fail at New Year's resolutions:
- Goals should be made when there is a need for change…not because it is a tradition.
- Expect obstacles…they will happen. Create a plan to overcome them.
- Set goals in measurable, smaller chunks. Larger goals are challenging to meet.
- Accountability. This means that you are responsible to someone to accomplish your goals.
What if we could help you actually reach your goals?! 👀
At Breaking Through we can help you:
- Improve your fitness
- Improve your mental health
- Decrease your stress
- Eliminate your pain
- Help you lose weight.
We will listen to your goals and help you get back to the activities you love to do. We will NOT tell you to give up on doing the things you want to do. We want you to feel good and get better!
Breaking Through will hold you accountable. 💙💚
Let’s be honest, sometimes the hardest part of keeping our resolutions is staying accountable. Accountability can be motivating! We will stay optimistic for you. There will always be obstacles that may throw you off course. That’s normal! We will help you identify any obstacles and come up with a plan to overcome them. This will reduce the possibility of setbacks or failure of your goals.
Sounds too good to be true? Well it isn’t!
What if 2024 was YOUR year to be a better version of yourself both physically and mentally?! What a great year it will be!!! 🥳 If you are ready to break through 2024 with success, contact us today!
We would love to help you achieve your goals 💙💚
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