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New Years Resolutions to change the approach to getting healthy

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Posted at 6:58 AM, Jan 05, 2023
and last updated 2023-01-05 07:58:50-05

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — It looks like people are already following through with their plans to stay active into the new year.

But a few people out here tell KRIS-TV its sometimes difficult to stay consistent.

“Since my break happened, I kind of got off track. I guess getting back into it and going to the gym is one of my goals,” said Garnett Scott.

For Scott, leading a healthy lifestyle means going to the gym.

But for his brother Brennan, it’s more about how he feels.

“Stay healthy, stay active. I like to eat healthy and stay as active as possible,” said Brennan Scott.

Christian Smalls, a personal trainer, and life coach, said being healthy is more than just losing weight.

“I think there needs to be a total mind shift because it’s not just eating properly and going and working out. It’s figuring out where you are. Then we can go into a structured workout program,” said Smalls.

After losing 80 pounds, Smalls said he wants to help others change their mindset on health and wellness.

“I realized if I don’t change my life, I won’t be around to enjoy my family,” Smalls said.

Smalls will be hosting a Health and Wellness Conference and Expo to share helpful information on how to meet your personal goals.

Click here to sign up.

If you’d like more information on how to stay healthy in the new year visit, https://weillcornell.org/news/5-ways-to-turn-healthy-new-year’s-resolutions-into-healthy-habits.