Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Resolve To Be A Healthier, Smarter, More Satisfied You -- On A Budget

“Most New Year's resolutions lose their fizz faster than a bottle of cheap champagne. That's because, experts say, people expect sudden transformation rather than gradual progress. They hope a single decisive action, like buying a treadmill, can help make them thin or happy. But it takes daily dedication to break a lifelong habit or create a new one. And in these uncertain economic times, people aren't necessarily looking to spend big bucks on a piece of exercise equipment or a long-term health club membership - yet. We've come up with a few ways to make steady strides toward your goals while keeping more of your cash. Or if you want to go the club route, we've got some tips for how you can get the most fitness bang for your buck. And it may turn out that our budget-minded approach will be more effective by helping you change for the long term, without counting on any magic bullet. […]”


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