December 28, 2012
Last year, nearly one in five Americans were expected to make New Year's resolutions -- 67 percent said they stuck to it for at least part of the year while 33 percent didn't commit at all, according to Marist Poll. Making New Year's resolutions that you can't commit to are a waste of time. And if you fail to put together a proper plan or set goals that are too high, disaster is inevitable. Deciding to lose a few pounds or eat more fruits and veggies is easier said than done. The best way to achieve your health and fitness goals of 2013 is to be realistic, prepared and motivated -- and you don't have do it alone. ConsumerSearch consulted seven fitness and health experts who offer tips to help guide you through successfully achieving a healthier, happier new year.
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