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January 11, 2012
If you set New Year's resolutions this year, you may be excited about about getting in shape or losing weight, but you may be wondering how you can make 2012 the year you'll meet those fitness and nutrition resolutions.
ACE Fitness Expert & Senior Consultant Personal Training, Jonathan Ross, provided answers on Lifetime's "The Balancing Act" this morning and mentioned setting SMART goals, and thinking about those goals differently (as ACE Fitness Expert & Exercise Physiologist, Jessica Matthews, also recommended in a recent blog post.)
Watch the clip below:
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