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Musings and Observations: New Year, Same Old Gym Resolution make for an amusing watch

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As we stand on the verge of the new year, we couldn’t help but think about New Year’s Resolutions. Of course, working out and becoming a better version of yourself is right up there and does lead to some amusing results.

Let’s take a look at the most common yet oft-ignored New Year’s Resolution.

One of the most important things you can do for your health is to work out. Engaging in physical activity helps in multiple things such as weight management, lowering the risk of illnesses and heart diseases, building stronger bones and muscles, enhancing cognitive function, and helping clear your mind. Physical activity has numerous health benefits that are not dependent on an individual’s age, ethnicity, ability, shape, body condition, or size.

Pick out any survey and you’ll find that going to the gym is at the top in the list of the most common resolutions ahead of the new year. The “January Gym Boom”, which refers to the notable spike in new memberships that gyms see in January, has become a running joke for the overcrowded fitness centres in the first few weeks of the year.

People who make fitness and health-related resolutions for the new year are the ones driving this spike. While a large number of people eagerly sign up for gym memberships in January in an effort to get in shape, most get disinterested or unmotivated within a few weeks. Gymgoers make light-hearted fun of this occurrence by calling these newcomers “resolutioners”.

The slightly bewildered looks on the faces of newcomers to the gym, as they try to understand how everything works and how to utilize equipment correctly, will make it easy to identify them. People frequently observe themselves examining machines or requesting help in the early days of January.

Regular attendees at the gym frequently observe a notable change in the typical gym peak hours in January. As more members attempt to fit their exercises into their daily schedules, the after-work rush gets busier. Even a small number of beginners can discover that they spend more time interacting with people, conversing, or posting selfies than they do really doing out. For people who are unfamiliar with the world of fitness, the social component of the gym can be a big lure.

The writer would like to remind everyone that these observations are only in good jest and in no way intended to mock people who at least decide to better their lives. Signing up for a gym is a step in the right direction and these observations are intended to be humorous. It’s fantastic that people are driven to make healthy adjustments, even though the early zeal for fitness might occasionally result in some humorous scenarios.

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