North Dakotan New Year’s resolutions may look different this year
BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - The new year is often a time when people create their New Year’s Resolutions.
Studies show by mid-February only 20 percent of New Year’s resolutions will stick. However, new technology could make this year different.
Proximal 50 owner Tana Trotter said most people in her gym Saturday were members who joined last year.
But those who feel uncomfortable going to the gym because of coronavirus concerns, can now live stream fitness classes.
However, Trotter says pressure to workout should not be the reason you join a gym on January 1st.
”Just because it’s January 1st or just because there’s a promotion or sale happening that it’s not the reason you’re doing [a New Year’s Resolution]. So the biggest thing is making sure [exercising] is actually something you want,” said Trotter.
Another difference Trotter mentioned is more people are sanitizing equipment after a workout.
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