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21 Experts Reveal Their Healthy New Years Resolutions

Lauren Brown West-Rosenthal for Eat This, Not That shares some healthy New Years Resolutions made by some top health and fitness experts.

21 Diet & Fitness Experts Reveal Their 2017 Resolutions

From personal trainers to fitness experts to healthy eating pros, we look to them for inspiration and that extra boost we need to set our goals, reset our diets, and get on a fitness regime. So it got us wondering about their resolutions. How do these shredded and healthy living gurus top themselves year after year? Read on to find out—and feel free to “borrow” one of their resolutions for yourself.

1. KERI GLASSMAN, MS, RD, CDN

“I am a very healthy eater. I mean, it is my way of life and career after all! But I want to up my green game and get two cups of dark leafy greens like broccoli rabe, collard greens, swiss chard, kale, or romaine per day. Every day!”

2. KIM LYONS, TRAINER ON “THE BIGGEST LOSER”

“Staying hydrated is one way I’ll look to improve my overall health and well-being. If your hydration levels drop by only two percent, you may experience fuzzy thoughts, lack of concentration, and fatigue—making it difficult to stay active and motivated to eat healthy.”

3. MARK LANGOWSKI, AUTHOR OF “EAT THIS, NOT THAT! FOR ABS” AND CEO OF BODY BY MARK WELLNESS

“I don’t get in as many workouts as I would like each week, due to my hectic schedule. Although I have a very healthy diet and use that to regulate how my body looks and feels, I really want to schedule in more workouts because of how they make me feel. I’d also like to meditate each day for at least five minutes.”

4. TIFFANY CRUIKSHANK, FOUNDER OF YOGA MEDICINE AND AUTHOR OF “MEDITATE YOUR WEIGHT”

“At the beginning of each year, I set year-long goals for work, health, family and personal. I stick to one big goal for each category and then make a list of other small goals I want to consider. I make a repeating appointment in my calendar for the first of each month so that I check in on them on a regular basis. Nothing is off limits and I try to make my goals as specific as possible. A whole year allows me to think big and the repeating appointment gives me a reminder and shows me that it’s attainable, based on my past goals.”

5. DASHAMA KONAH: FITFUSION TRAINER

“For 2017, I also plan to go 100 percent vegan with at least 80 percent coming from raw plant-based nutrition. I’ve been about 80 percent vegan for a long time, but now I am ready for the next level. I feel such a great clear and healthy energy from this way of eating now.”

Read the full article on Eat This, Not That.

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