New Year’s Resolution Ideas: Fitness
While I’m not always the best at sticking to resolutions, I do like the idea of a fresh start and making small changes that I know I’ll feel good about. I’m putting together a few posts covering some of the boxes and products that have helped me, and things I plan on trying in 2014!
This list includes some great products and subscriptions for any fitness goals!
Getting new and stylish workout clothing every month is a great reminder for me to get active, and I really love the quality of both of these clothing lines. (For me, Fabletics seems to run a wee bit larger than Ellie clothing, but I get a large in both brands). (Ellie reviews and Fabletics reviews).
KLUTCHclub offers subscriptions customized for men, women and moms. If you’re looking for a mix of healthy supplements, snacks and online workouts, this is a great box to try. (My KLUTCHclub reviews).
Tracy Anderson workout DVDs have been on my list to try since Gwyneth Paltrow first started singing Tracy’s praise. From all the reviews I read, the workouts are really tough, but if you stick with it your body will truly be transformed. (FYI – Gilt has lots of Tracy Anderson DVDs, workout gear and supplements on sale today). The Gilt sale was all I needed to take the plunge!
(Also I used this body-type calculator to find out which workout DVDs were right for me).
If you’re looking for workout supplements, drink mixes and the occasional healthy snack, Bulu Box is a great and inexpensive box. Use coupon code BULUGAN669 to save 50% off any length subscription from Bulu Box. (Bulu Box reviews).
I’ve tried the JawBone UP and the FitBit band and clip, and the FitBit Flex band is my personal favorite (though I must admit I have been slacking in wearing it!). If you want to keep track of how many steps you take each day and even compete with your friends or family, this is a great tool.
I have this and use it almost everyday – mostly because it’s so easy to do! In addition to your weight, it also measures body fat and BMI, and their iPhone app is really simple and a great way to track you stats.
Using a standing desk was a change I made in 2013, and it’s been one of the easiest fitness changes I’ve ever made. (It took me about a week to get used to it). (Plus I feel like every week there’s a new study out on the dangers of sitting in a chair all day).
Any fitness subscriptions or items you recommend for an active new year?