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Many Americans start off the year with a list of resolutions to turn their bad habits into good ones.  One of the most popular resolutions is losing weight and working out.  Most of us know that it can be extremely difficult to maintain resolutions if you do not approach it realistically.  Keep reading to get some tips and tricks on how to stick to a fitness routine.


Three ways on how to stick to a fitness routine

Think about the endless amount of benefits for your overall health

Remember how incredibly beneficial it is for your mind and body.
It improves brain function and lowers the risk of colon and breast cancer. Exercising has ways to keep your skin and body younger.

Get inspired

Imagine yourself where you want to be in ten years. Think about the amazing place you will be in when you accomplish this goal.
Get inspired by others. If you admire someone who is succeeding in what you hope to succeed in, use that and work hard.

How to stick with it

Change up your workout if you get bored. If you get sick of running, try spinning or kickboxing. The great thing about exercise is that there are so many forms of it.

Make your workout a social occasion. Get your friends on board and bring them to a spin class. Not only will you be getting in your workout, but you will also be getting in some social times with friends too.

And remember; reward yourself once in a while. It takes a lot of focus and time to get into a routine.


When shopping for health insurance, shop smart.

Don’t be deceived by insurance agencies allowing them to sell you plans from their preferred carriers so that they can clinch the sale and leave you with obstacles to solve.

When you reach out to Cosmo, our health insurance brokers in New Jersey spend all the time necessary to determine what your needs and priorities are. We are independent and offer plans from a large spectrum of reputable carriers. We explain your options in great detail and clarity– down to the fine print - so that you can choose a plan that will satisfy you for the long term.



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