Hacking your environment for resolution success
New Year's resolutions suck. Why wait to make a change? But still, we know that accountability is important, and if everyone makes a change all at the same time then there's added accountability. In order to achieve your goal, you must first break it down into manageable steps. The first steps are planning. If the step requires not doing something, raise the barrier to entry. For example, if you want to avoid a particular food, don't keep it in the house. If there's something you want to do more often, lower the barrier to entry. TRX and kettlebells are great for lowering the barrier to working out. If you don't have a resolution, consider tracking your heart rate variability (HRV). Joining our Clinical Rounds program will be helpful for two reasons. First, we'll be there each week on a webinar to answer your questions. Second, there's added accountability—we care and want to know if our recommendations work! Image credit.