Today’s podcast guest is Amanda Haar, one of the lead dietitians at Healthy Steps Nutrition specializing in women’s and hormone health.
In today’s episode, Nicole Aucoin and Amanda discuss New Year, New You: How To Make Your Nutrition Plan Stick In 2022 And Become Your Best Self. They dive into three strategies to help you set and achieve your goals this year!
If you are looking to get healthy, lose weight, get in shape, and are overwhelmed by all of the nutrition and diet information out there, this episode is for you!
Do This One Thing To Make 2022 The Best Year Ever!
Your life is the sum of daily actions and intentional decisions. In order to make 2022 your best year ever, you need to know where you are headed and what success looks like to you!
What are the top three areas you want to improve in your life (professionally, family, friends, spiritually, lifestyle, health, finances)?
If you want your life to look different, you need to do something different. That means creating a plan then taking daily actions to make your goals and plan a reality.
You might be thinking, I’m not sure where to start?
Fill out the form (to the right) and we will help you get started with the vision board planning worksheet!
Once you have completed the vision board planning worksheet, you are ready to make your vision board. 💥
Vision boards are a physical representation of your goals and what you want to accomplish.
Healthy Steps Nutrition HQ is hosting a Vision Board Brunch on Saturday, January 8th.
This event is open to members, past members, and people in our community that are ready to make 2022 their best year ever!
Success and Failure Statistics of New Year's Resolutions
According to a 2016 study, of the 41% of Americans who make New Years resolutions, by the end of the year only 9% feel they are successful in keeping them.
An earlier study in 2007 showed that 12% of people who set resolutions are successful even though 52% of the participants were confident of success at the beginning.
The first 6 months statistics:
Of those who make a New Year’s resolution, after 1 week 75% are still successful in keeping it.
After two weeks, the number drops to 71%.
After 1 month, the number drops again to 64%.
And after 6 months, 46% of people who make a resolution are still successful in keeping it.
In comparison, of those people who have similar goals but do not set a resolution, only 4% are still successful after 6 months.
Reasons for failure:
In one 2014 study, 35% of participants who failed their New Year’s Resolutions said they had unrealistic goals.
33% of participants who failed didn’t keep track of their progress.
23% forgot about their resolutions.
About one in 10 people who failed said they made too many resolutions.
ADDITIONAL PODCAST EPISODES TO LISTEN TO
LISTEN: CrossFit, Nutrition & Your Health >>HERE
LISTEN: Nutrition, Hormones & Your Health >>HERE
LISTEN: The Why Behind Healthy Steps Nutrition >>HERE
LISTEN: Grow Your Nutrition Business Podcast – Inside The Nutrition Program At CrossFit Brighton & How Nutrition Coach, Darcie Helped Brent Lose 100 Pounds >>HERE