Keeping your New Year’s Resolution with Fitness 101

2012-01-04 by . 4 comments

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Here at the Fitness Stack Exchange, we believe that exercise and proper nutrition is vital for a healthy lifestyle. Even though some of us are enthusiastic about staying fit, we realize that not everyone has an idea of what to do or where to start. So to help everyone who has made a New Year’s Resolution to lose weight or get started with exercise and healthy living, we have devised a Fitness 101 series to offer tips and resources.

Fitness 101 is not a full-fledged fitness program or exercise regimen; it is a starting point and guide for people to venture on their own paths. We want people to pursue their own goals, stay active, and hopefully learn more about themselves. The Fitness 101 series and our Fitness & Nutrition Q&A site will be great resources for people doing that. We welcome and encourage everyone to visit our site and ask whatever questions they have about fitness, and we as a community will do our best to give you good advice.

If you find yourself asking questions such as:

then Fitness 101 is for you. One important aspect to take away from Fitness 101 is to simply start moving. It is the single best best thing to do for your health as stated by Dr. Mike Evans.

The inception of this series will eventually segue to other topics. We have ideas and plans for the direction of the series, but we also want to hear what you would like to see in the future.

Achieving a healthy, active life is not something that happens overnight. It takes time, patience, perseverance, and hard work. Fitness is a long-term and continuous process. Every journey begins with a single step, and we are here to help.

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  • Laura says:

    Nice post, Matt. Timely and motivating. Looking forward to future tips!

  • tim says:

    Great inspiring info. Us humans were meant to MOVE…

  • [...] can be hard when you have a multitude of questions floating around in your head  as you try to take on your New Year’s resolutions. Unfortunately, they aren’t simple to answer, and situations vary from person to person. [...]

  • Krishan says:

    In case you are like more than 70 percent of Americans, you made one or more resolution this year, and chances are decent that it has something regarding weight loss, improved eating routine, or getting healthier. Answers are great. Research has shown that folks who explicitly make answers are 10 times more prone to attain their goals than those who don’t make focused answers. The problem is that more than half of all people abandon their resolutions inside first three months with the new year.

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