LipoSite Cites Harvard Special Report on Exercise as Motivation to Get Consumers Moving with ‘New Year New You’ Fitness Plan

LipoSite credits Harvard Medical School Special Report, "Exercise: A Program You Can Live With" as providing the motivation to help get consumers moving in 2013 with ‘New Year New You’.

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New Year Fitness Plan

New Year Fitness Plan

...LipoSite is urging its readers to throw those canned resolutions out the window and adopt a “New Year New You” attitude toward fitness.

Park City, UT (PRWEB) January 18, 2013

Harvard Medical School Special Report, "Exercise: A Program You Can Live With" says, “The answer is regular exercise. The question is: ‘What can improve your mood, boost your ability to fend off infection, and lower your risk for heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and colon cancer?” Similar advice found in “Exercise: A Program You Can Live With” has LipoSite's resolution a fitness plan you can stick with.

“Every year begins with somebody saying this is going to be the year they shine,” says Shawn Miele for LipoSite. “This is going to be the year they lose those extra 10 lbs. This is going to be the year…it goes on and on.”

“You know what? We’d rather see body-conscious consumers give themselves a break. It’s nice to encourage them to make small changes like the ones the Harvard study suggests – ones it’ll be easy to stick with and be happy about later on.”

In fact, LipoSite is urging its readers to throw those canned resolutions out the window and adopt a “New Year New You” attitude toward fitness. Inspired by the special health report, the LipoSite plan posits three basic strategies: follow your passion, flaunt your success, and foolproof your plan.

LipoSite, which began in 1998 as “a girlfriend-to-girlfriend resource for information about plastic surgery after weight loss”, outlines the plan in a new, online article readers can access free of charge. Sprinkled with quotes from the HMS report, its humorous tone helps make working out sound less like drudgery and more like fun.

“We already had a rough idea of what we wanted to communicate,” explains Miele. “What’s so great about being able to incorporate quotes from the Harvard study is that it really is as straight-forward and user-friendly as we were hoping our piece would be.”

Snippets from the 49-page study serve as jumping off points for discussion about each of the plan’s three strategies. Examples include:

“Make it personal…factor in your likes and dislikes.”
“The result is worth the effort.”
“Make it fit (into your schedule).”

When asked if there is one surefire way to make a workout routine stick, Miele suggests, “Make a plan and don’t let anyone talk you out of it – not even yourself!”

Anyone interested in learning more about the “New Year New You” Fitness Plan can read the full article online at LipoSite. Once there, they can research a variety of cosmetic plastic surgery procedures or search for board-certified plastic surgeons.


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