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It's January and the gym parking lots are a little more crowded. It's awesome that so many people are resolving to get in better shape. But there are some things we should work together on so we can all be good gym members, right? Like don't wear too much perfume.
Folks in Austin will be most successful in Texas when it comes to keeping a New Year's Resolution. And Shreveport ranks higher than Tyler? Surely we're more disciplined and determined than we think. Here's the kicker.
To be healthy and fit, it turns out we don't have to run marathons or hit the gym very hard. Here's some great news about how the Rose Rudman Trail or maybe the Faulkner Park Trail, can improve health and extend our lives.
Dang it. This zaps the fun right out of our weekend pig-out session. It turns out our favorite restaurant meals have way too many calories - maybe even a half day's worth - and it's not always that obvious.
The most popular New Year's Resolutions are also the most commonly broken ones. In other words, there's no point in making "save more money" our goal for the new year. Okay then! What other promises won't we keep?
My first reaction is to poo poo the idea of working out just so we can justify more drinks. And then I remember I hit the treadmill for 40 minutes yesterday only to cancel out the benefits with wings and drinks at happy hour last night. The Washington Post is talking about a study tha…