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Achieve Your Weight Loss Resolutions this Year

J.R. Duren for HighYa shares five steps to set yourself up for success. Learn how to build good habits and increase your chance of achieving your weight loss goals this year. Tiffany Cruikshank shares some insight into emotions & weight loss, and how to tap into this powerful relationship.


A Five-Step Approach to Nailing Your Weight Loss New Years Resolutions

Achieving your New Year’s weight loss resolutions takes more than willpower and a good playlist. Our experts offer solid advice on how to increase your chances of losing weight and getting in shape.

Wouldn’t it feel good to be part of the very small percentage of people – less than 8% – who follow through on their weight loss resolutions for the new year? Becoming part of that small group of Americans takes a lot of determination and willpower; but, truth be told, it’s going to take a heck of a lot more than that. Thousands of people are determined and motivated to lose weight by working out; it’s the number one New Year’s resolution. Gym memberships spike like crazy in January, but by February the crowds have thinned out, leaving behind the remnants of motivation and determination.

What was meant to be a place where people could get healthy and get fit suddenly becomes a reminder that most of us strike out when we decide to change our habits. If you feel like we’re describing you, don’t lose heart. The goal of this article is to show you five steps to help you succeed as you forge ahead into the new year with a desire to shed a few pounds and get in shape.

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