INDIANAPOLIS — Every year it’s at the top of the resolution list to join a gym and get in shape but this year things are different and the fitness world has been left to adjust to the new norm.
“I feel like this is going to be the best year ever,” Camise Patterson said.
As a certified trainer and nutrition coach, Patterson is looking towards helping her clients crush their resolutions and goals in 2021.
“Normally I meet with clients in the gym or in their home," Patterson said. "This year with COVID-19 and gyms closing down, it has become a virtual experience."
Around this time each year gyms start advertising specials and deals to kick off the new year since its well known that new year, new me is said a lot Jan. 1.
“Most people have these goals in mind but this year it is really important that they stick to them past Jan. 31,” Patterson said.
Here’s what she says works.
“Don’t make just a one month plan. A lot of people make a month plan and they have no idea what they will do after that," Patterson said. "Start with a 90-day plan that will rewire your body."
She also believes, “you can’t outwork bad nutrition.”