Fall is officially here and what better way to enter the season than to set some new fitness goals?
January is notorious for being fitness month in America. Year after year we witness gym memberships spike because we all know the new year is an excuse for everyone and their dog to set a brand new fitness goal. “This year is going to be THE year that I run that marathon and THE year that I’ll start cutting out all the Netflix and chill.” Sound familiar? But what happens when February rolls around? And March? The rigorous early morning workouts start to die down, trips to the gym become less frequent, Stranger Things begins airing and before we know it, we’re more or less back to our old fitness regimens. But this morning I thought to myself, “It doesn’t have to be this way!” We should be able to set fitness goals any time of year. And what better time to have this thought than today, in the begining of Fall? It isn’t the start of a new year, but it is the start of a new season—and the start of my new morning fitness regimen. Care to join me?