One of the most common new year’s resolutions at the start of every new year is to lose that extra weight you gained over the holiday period! This kind of goal is definitely a positive and sensible one, but the thing is, the majority of us throw ourselves in to it with little to no preparation, and as a result of this, we tend to fall at the first or second hurdle! I don’t want to be a Debbie Downer on this, but I think it’s realistic to have some of these points in mind. Here are nine reasons your weight loss resolution will fail.
1. Results Based Resolution
You are setting yourself up for failure if you decide on a wild final number target at the start of the year. Twelve months is never as long as you think, so you need to be realistic with your goals and not suggest a number that is always going to set you up to fall short.