How to Stick With Your New Year’s Exercise Resolution

January is known as the month to reset and begin the New Year off right, especially for an exercise resolution. Making New Year’s resolutions is a fun way to ignite a sense of purpose and focus. However, according to U.S. News, “80 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail.”

To ensure that you are able to reach, and keep, all of your yearly goals, the therapists at STARS are here to help! We offer a wide variety of services that can help keep you on track with whatever health and exercise related resolutions you may have.

If you are currently suffering tight and tense muscles, a lack of energy, or a limited range of motion or mobility that is keeping you from attaining your goals for walking, biking, ease of day-to-day activities, or any other physical-related goal, consider reaching out to one of our many STARS therapy clinics for help.

Injuries Limit Your Exercise Resolutions

Not only can physical impairments hinder your New Year’s resolutions, but psychological ones can as well. If you are experiencing any fear of re-injuring a past injury, depression, or anxiety due to acute or chronic pain, STARS therapists can help relieve those symptoms as well.

Working alongside physical therapists and occupational therapists can help you reset and live a life with less pain. Soon you will be heading to the ski slopes, walking around town, and enjoying the cooler months forgetting how it felt to live with acute and chronic pain.