Many people are trying to eat less and work out more in an effort to start that New Year's resolution of getting in shape.
Anytime Fitness, a local gym, was busy Thursday with people getting an early start to one of the most common New Year's resolutions.
New Year's is a time to reflect on the and step into the future.
"I'm gonna pick back up and get some of that fudge and some of that mom's cookin' out of me," Jason Graham said.
And to make sure that happens, Graham is a man with a plan.
"I'm gonna do a lot more cardio. I need to tone up my body more and I'm gonna eat a lot healthier," he said.
A common strategy for shedding those extra holiday pounds, but J.W. Dowler has a specific goal in mind.
"Get back into fighting shape. Get ready for a fight possibly," he said.
Making that New Year's resolution to get in shape after the holiday's is easy. The difficult part is just sticking to it.
"In the beginning of 2008 I did really well. I worked out normally three of four times a week. Now, I just haven't been in the gym," Danielle Arthurs said.
Making plans and reaching high, no matter how long the resolutions last.
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