Halftime Fitness Launches New InfoGraphic to Help People Stick to Their 2014 Fitness Resolutions

Most New Year’s resolutions fail. To help set people up for success, Halftime Fitness released a new infographic with scientific research to help people avoid the vicious cycle of fitness failure and better stick to their 2014 fitness resolutions.

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Using Science to Avoid the Vicious Cycle of Fitness Failure

It’s not about the crash diet or the insane exercise routine you’ll never stick to. It’s about creating small, sustainable behaviors that will eventually produce massive results over time.

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) December 18, 2013

Halftime Fitness, the leading source for creating lasting health and weight loss change, today announced a new infographic. As the end of the year approaches and people begin making New Year's resolutions, a majority of them will fail. To set people up for success, Halftime Fitness launched a new infographic that cites science. The goal is to help people avoid the vicious cycle of fitness failure by helping them stick to their 2014 fitness resolutions.

Entitled “Using Science to Avoid the Vicious Cycle of Fitness Failure: How to Stick to Your 2014 Fitness Resolutions,” the infographic points out these key stats that show just how challenging it can be:

  • Only 8% of people succeed with their New Year’s health resolutions
  • After the first week, 25% of people have already failed.
These dismal facts inspired Anthony Balduzzi, founder of Halftime Fitness to create this informative new graphic. He brings his extensive background in neuroscience and nutrition research to motivate people to live healthier lives, especially in the second half of life.

View the guide to keeping health resolutions here: http://www.halftimefit.com/new-years-health-resolutions-success-guide.

“Succeeding with New Year’s goals boils down to creating the kind of lasting change that actually sticks,” says Balduzzi. “It’s not about the crash diet or the insane exercise routine you’ll never stick to. It’s about creating small, sustainable behaviors that will eventually produce massive results over time.”

Arguing that health is a process, not a destination, the infographic illustrates a variety of New Year’s resolution health tips, such as neuroscience hacks, proven methods, and the everyday choices that will ultimately help people succeed with New Year's health resolutions.

Halftime Fitness bridges the gap between the fields of nutrition and psychology to help everyday people lose weight, feel vibrant, and create lasting change. By providing the highest quality resources—ranging from nutrition books to online weight loss courses—Halftime Fitness is reshaping the recipe for lifelong wellness to make things fresh, simple, and sustainable.


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