It’s 2018! Here at Family Choice, we’re in the swing of the “virus season.” Everyone’s getting exposed to someone who is sick and this makes a little thing called your new year’s resolutions harder to maintain these first few weeks. We hear them every year: losing weight, getting back in the gym, drinking less alcohol, etc. Well, we wanted you to know that while your resolution may sound relatively straight forward, that in fact, changing your lifestyle involves many transformations. It is not just signing up at your local gym anymore.
Everyone has a resolution, but usually the number one tends to be getting into shape. So, let’s break that down. Studies show that more than half of the people who make gym resolutions tend to stray from the idea of working out by the third month. Thereby losing time, effort, and self-confidence in the process. What this means to us at Family Choice is that achieving resolutions involve more than just personal motivation to get to the gym. Your resolution is a LOT bigger than that!
Everything you do in your average waking and sleeping hours, affects your workout structure. The weights and the treadmill may feel like a daunting task already, especially if you’re entering the new year already dreading their existence. So let’s focus on how to change your perspective.
Try not to let this discourage you from signing up for that new gym membership, but rather be an encouragement to carry you through the first few steps of your journey. Working out is an incredibly beneficial and important part of the human body, and ensures that we stay healthy and free of the dangers of a dormant lifestyle. Among these helpful tips, questions are sure to be raised, and we’d love to answer them for you.
Family Choice Urgent Care is open 364 days per year to take care of you. Now with an in-house pharmacy to provide you a convenient one-stop shop. For additional information, call 541-213-2133 or visit www.familychoiceuc.com.