New Year's Resolutions

Jan 03, 2012

Ah, January. That time of fresh starts, new goals…and the ubiquitous New Year’s resolution. Whether you believe in making them or not, each January, thousands of people resolve to do any number of things they hope to accomplish in the coming year. 

For many of us, those resolutions are strikingly similar: save more, drink less, spend more time with family and friends, and of course lose weight and get fit. Indeed, a quick internet search of “Top Ten New Year’s Resolutions” consistently puts lose weight and/or get fit near the top of the list. And, really, (Holiday Challenge notwithstanding) who can blame us following a season rife with fruitcakes, eggnog, latkes and mandel bread?

The stark reality is that holiday frivolity often leads to January pounds, and January pounds lead to New Year’s weight-loss resolutions. The starker reality is that by the end of June, half of all resolution-makers will have given up the goal…which could mean increased poundage year after year.

If weight loss or improved fitness is on your list for 2012, we want to help you be in that group of resolvers who stick with it and achieve their healthy weight. Luckily, we have a lot of great help! We’ve heard from many customers over the years who have amazing weight loss stories to tell. So, if it’s inspiration you need, read about Adrianne Rondon, who rowed away 105 pounds; or David Englander, who dropped 55 pounds through diet and exercise; or Jennifer Curran, who lost 61 pounds after having her daughter. For these and more great stories, as well as resources to help you get started and stay motivated, visit the Weight Loss and Management section of our website. You can also connect with others on the Weight Loss and Weight Control section of our Training Forum. (And if you have a great weight loss with rowing story to share, we’d love to hear from you! Email your stories to rowing@concept2.com.)

Adrianne Rondon before and after her 105 pound weight loss.

Whether you’re resolving to lose 5, 75, or 175 pounds, remember to take it one step at a time (5 minutes on the indoor rower is better than no minutes!) and know that there are many others on the same journey too.

Wishing you all a happy, healthy New Year!
The Concept2 Crew

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