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Five tips to avoid burnout and keep your New Year's fitness resolution

People who make it past the first 30 days of their New Year's resolution are more likely to keep them.

GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - Are you already backsliding on your 2018 fitness resolution?

According to experts, only 8 percent of people who make New Year’s resolutions actually succeed.

Don't despair, learning a few tricks to bolster your willpower can make all the difference. Experts say individuals who make it past the first 30 days of their New Year’s resolutions are much more likely to keep them.

Jamie Martin, editor-in-chief of Experience Life magazine, shared some strategies with KARE 11 to avoid burnout and keep your commitment all year long.

Five tips to avoid burnout and recharge:

  • Start small
  • Use the buddy system
  • Experiment with rewards
  • Relax
  • Reassess and recommit seasonally

Experience Life is an award-winning whole-life health and fitness magazine dedicated to empowering people to become their healthiest selves. The January issue is on newsstands now!