All About My Last Year of Exercising: Programs I Used, How I Stayed Motivated, and More!

exercise for the new year

With a new year upon us, I’m guessing many of you have exercise or health in your new year’s resolutions. Last year I made some big changes in my health and stuck to an exercise routine for the entire year! Here’s what I did and how I stayed motivated.

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A year and a half ago, in August 2017, I made the leap into a world of regular exercising. I’d never been consistent with a health and fitness program, and I finally did it.

A year and a half later, I’m still sticking to the same program, seeing amazing results, and feeling fantastic.

I wanted to share with you some of the things I did that worked for me and may work for you as you head into a new year!


These are a few posts I wrote last year about fitness and health: 



  1. Emeli says:

    Thank you for your advice. You’ve obviously done a great job all year. As a reward, you look just fine. I am also a big fan of sports and all sports games. I often follow football matches or Boxing and even sometimes I bet on

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  3. Judi says:

    Thank you for your story and motivation. You are right, sometimes it is difficult to force yourself to do or run for a year or more. It is very important to develop a habit of exercise, then it will be easier. When I wanted to do yoga, I just took a 100-hour yoga course., the right place and atmosphere helps you not to break and bring it to the end, to develop a habit

  4. Daniel says:

    very good article!

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