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Make a limitless resolution to get fit

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Many of us make grandiose New Year's resolutions that we mean to follow through on and never do. Sometimes we might know that what we're doing isn't sustainable over a year, and other times, we underestimate exactly what we need to stick to a resolution. You often need more than just will power to really see results, especially when it comes to the popular resolution to get fit.

 

If you're embarking on a journey to find a fitter, healthier version of yourself, start with these tips that will keep you from putting limits on what you can achieve.

 

Exercise anywhere

Even when you've fallen into a good, steady routine in your everyday life, fitting trips to the gym and other workouts in when you leave the home base can be difficult. It's very easy to be tempted to cut yourself some slack and ignore exercising, but you'll regret that decision sooner rather than later.

 

Luckily, technology makes it easy to bring your workout along with you. With workout programs like iTrain, your exercise regimen is as mobile as you are - you can easily download workouts and carry them with you everywhere, on your MP3 player. So whether you're in New York or London, you really can work out, just the way you want to.

 

Exercise any way

There's no one best way to work out - you need to know what's best for you. Many people need to keep things fresh to maintain their interest in exercising, and they need to look for different kinds of activities that will help them along the road to fitness. By using online resources for exercise, you're expanding your repertoire. Not only will you stay interested, you can also work different parts of your body. There are a wide variety of programs on iTrain, ranging from their iSculpt Ballet program, which uses ballet techniques to create long, lean muscles, to cardio programs that focus on heart healthiness while helping you create a toned body.

 

Exercise anytime

There are some days when you've got to do a shorter workout and others when you can go on as long as you'd like. Downloadable fitness workouts range in length - you can pack your MP3 player with everything from 20-minute workouts to 60-minute sessions - so you can have the right workout for any situation.

 

Of course, "time" means the long term, too. Don't box yourself in to a time limit like three or six months - take all the time you need to achieve your desired results. To make things more streamlined, you can pay one flat fee for a year of unlimited downloads on iTrain. While they also offer plans that let you download programs a la carte or three at a time. Either way, once you pay the fee, the workouts are yours to keep, so you can go back to them time and again.

 

Exercise at any level

Whether you just want to get healthier or are shooting for sculpting your body into Hollywood shape, with dedication and the right tools, you can achieve your goals. It's important to have good support, which you can often find with a personal trainer - but that can be an unrealistic expense for many people. Online programs offer some of the most valuable benefits of a personal trainer at a fraction of the cost. Celebrity trainers provide the instruction on workout MP3s from iTrain, and you can also e-mail the company to ask for customized routines. If you feel limited in what you can achieve, search out solutions on the Web or at the gym, and you'll be able to make good on your New Year's resolution.

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