Stick to Your New Years Resolutions

 

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Happy New Year! A new year means new resolutions, which can be difficult to stick to sometimes. Here are some tips to help you stick to your new year’s resolutions!

  1. Make realistic goals for yourself! Don’t set new year’s resolutions that are unattainable or unrealistic. Start with small goals and then continue to reach for larger goals as the year progresses. 

  2. Don’t beat yourself up if you don’t stay on track. It is very common to get knocked off track a couple of times while trying to reach a new year’s resolution. So don’t be too hard on yourself!

  3. Write down your goals and post them somewhere you will see them every day, whether it be in the kitchen, bathroom mirror or in your car. Seeing these goals every day will be a helpful reminder of what you are working toward. 

  4. Make a schedule to create time for your new goals, such as making time for the gym or setting aside enough time to go for a walk. By creating a plan ahead of time you will be more likely to complete those tasks which will ultimately help you reach your goals.

We hope to be a part of your new year’s resolutions, whether it be in helping you recover from surgery or an injury, regaining your strength or even reach a fitness goal using one of our many fitness locations! Call us at 1(888)-PT-ROCHS to see how we can help you in 2020!

 

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The Lattimore Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation Network was founded by Physical Therapists John and Cindy Shuman in 1992. Since then Lattimore has grown to 20+ locations in 4 different counties.

What’s unique about Lattimore is our patient experience. We tailor your 1:1 treatment around your individual needs, conditions and goals. With us, you’re more than just a number. You’re a member of our local community and we’re invested in your success. Call 1–888-PT ROCHS to experience The Lattimore Way!

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