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10 Fun and Realistic Resolutions to Start 2013

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Set One Fitness Goal


Vowing to work out every single day isn't just ambitious — it's unrealistic, and a sure-fire way to set yourself up for failure. Instead, set one fitness goal you'd like to accomplish this year, and work towards achieving it.

Whether you've always wanted to run a road race, perform a specific yoga pose, or simply have the energy to keep up with your kids, having a set goal will help you stay motivated, and will leave you with a great sense of accomplishment when you achieve it!

You can even get the kids involved with these great family fitness ideas.

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