Vail Daily column: Staying on track with your resolutions

By Melanie Wong

New Year’s resolution season is upon the hearts and minds of those interested in changing negative behaviors. Last week I discussed a few basic principles for developing good fitness habits in 2016. My message was straightforward. Break traditional fitness principles, find ways to eat less food, avoid crazy exercise programs, and maintain good spiritual and mental health. This past week, I thought about the failure rate consistent with people who resolve to improve fitness during a New Year, and why this happens. Today, I want to investigate potential barriers getting in the way, and what not to do in your …

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