Kick Start those Resolutions

December 28, 2011    |    By +
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Now that the holiday season is over, you no longer have a viable excuse for eating that much fruitcake. After all that overindulgence it’s time to revert back to some more conservative eating patterns, but it’s always harder each year. New Year’s resolutions really get kept, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth trying.

Our fitness experts over at the Daily Burn already shared their tips for how to stay fit during the holidays, but what about after the last champagne cork has been popped, and the leftover sweets are numerous? Whether you have a gym membership or workout at home, the easiest way to stay in shape is make exercise part of your regular routine. I’m not talking about losing 15 pounds in the next few weeks, but just some physical activity on a regular basis. For me the hardest part is getting started. What I found that works for me,  is if I bring my gym gear with me to work. Then I have no excuse not to go if I’m already carting all my stuff around.

An easy way to stow your stuff in style is this sleek new Hobo Gym Bag by Zella. Both fashionable and functional, this hobo style bag is large enough to hold all your fitness essentials, but lightweight enough to sling over your shoulder without feeling bulky.

Plus it’s got plenty of pockets for easier access to loose items like keys and Mp3 players. Now that’s you’ve got the gear, the rest is up to you.

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