1. Don't give up on all your good habits just because it's Christmas. Enjoy yourself, let your hair down and indulge here and there, but keeping up your good habits as much as possible over the next 13 days will prevent you from entering into the new decade with that lethargic, festive, can't button up your jeans feeling
2. Think about your short, medium and long term goals for the next 12 months. Small goals are the easiest to achieve and will give you a boost to take you on to your medium and long terms goals. It's all too easy to say to yourself on 1st January 'right! that's it, I'm giving up X, Y and Z and will exercise every day!' but that's a lot to handle in one go, break it down into small, manageable new habits that you will implement daily to get you to where you want to be. You don't have to start them now, but knowing what you're planning to do ahead of time will help to build the momentum.
3. Reach out for help now. January is a notoriously busy time in the fitness industry and many gyms, fitness classes and Personal Trainers get booked up pretty quickly. If you've been thinking about starting a new gym membership, yoga/bootcamp class or working with a PT, book them now before you risk missing out.
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