Infographic: Why 80%+ of Fitness New Year’s Resolutions Needlessly Fail [Fitness Review]

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Health and fitness New Year's resolutions fail within 6 months 80% of the time. This detailed infographic covers the stark statistics, main reasons for failure and 5 ways to improve your chances of success this year!

Fitness New Year's Resolutions 2017

Fitness New Year's Resolutions 2017

Study after study shows that 5 simple changes to how to make fitness resolutions massively increase your chances of success...

The failure rate for New Year’s resolutions is truly shocking.

Every year some 64% of us will resolve to change for the better. Eating healthy food, losing those excess pounds or getting fit are the most common goals.

By June only 20% of us will still be going.

By the end of the year this number is even lower – just 8% in some studies.

Fortunately, there are a handful of key factors which can massively increase your chances of success. These have been broken down in an Infographic by leading fitness magazine website Fitness Review.

Mark Holland, editor, explained, “Study after study has shown that just 5 small changes in the way you approach making New Year’s resolutions make all the difference, yet almost nobody knows about them. Subtly switching the approach to hitting your goals in 2017 will massively increase your chances of success’.

‘These are all practical, and all simple to implement – for example breaking down your goal into stages, celebrating milestones and increasing your accountability’ said Mark, continuing, ‘I wanted to clarify that reaching your goals is way easier than most people think’.

To spell this out the findings of studies covering tens of thousands of people have been distilled into an Infographic. This is broken down into sections, covering the raw numbers, reasons for failure and the 5 simple pillars of success.

You will not find anything ‘esoteric’ or vague in the guide – just down-to-earth and practical advice for anyone serious about improving themselves.

Best of all, these same tips work all year round, and not just for the new year.

‘I’d like to encourage readers of Fitness Review to put past failures behind them, and to go for it this year’ said Mark.
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