Finding new resolve for a new year: the local gym is always crowded in January. But by the end of March, there's practically nobody there

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Author: Debora Kuchka-Craig
Date: Jan. 2011
From: Healthcare Financial Management(Vol. 65, Issue 1)
Publisher: Healthcare Financial Management Association
Document Type: Article
Length: 437 words

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Once again, my New Year's resolution is to be healthier. A big part of that is going to the gym more often. Although I'm more diligent about it than I used to be, fitting gym time into my schedule does seem to get harder as the year wears on and my initial resolve wears thin. My son, Royal, a senior in high school, is my role model. He said he was going to stay committed to a fitness regimen--and he has done so, even though there are many other competing demands (not to mention, more appealing prospects) for his time.

Our organizations also find it difficult to keep moving...

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Kuchka-Craig, Debora. "Finding new resolve for a new year: the local gym is always crowded in January. But by the end of March, there's practically nobody there." Healthcare Financial Management, vol. 65, no. 1, Jan. 2011, p. 28. Accessed 16 Apr. 2021.
  

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