A new year brings new goals and new accomplishments. Well that is if you haven’t given up on your goals by now. According to TriCounty Health, about halfway through the month of January most people have dropped resolutions and when it comes to health goals, TriCounty Health wants to change that. Jordan Mathis, TriCounty Health Director, suggests that individuals break down the yearly goals into weekly goals. Studies show that setting smaller goals is better for success.“Setting mini-goals creates a feeling of accomplishment, and when someone feels positive, they tend to make more positive choices. It’s the snowball effect,” Marjorie Cohn, a registered dietitian, and spokeswoman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics says. Mathis also says that humans are already trained to recognize Monday as a reset and thus can be used to renew if we relapse. Also to note, although we still need 150 minutes a week of physical activity, the updated guidelines state that it can be any physical activity. That is about 22 minutes of physical activity in a day without it being the previous recommendation of 10 minutes being aerobic. Move more, when you can and how you like. Visit
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