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A 2007 study found that an astounding 88 percent of people who make New Year’s Resolutions fail to keep them.
Well, January is almost over. Did you make a resolution? Have you kept it?
The most popular resolutions are health and fitness related. Lucky for
us you, we’ve been testing a few easy and inexpensive ways to make those resolutions stick.
Flirty Girl Fitness Live: You’ve probably heard of Flirty Girls’s signature Bikini Bootcamp and Hottie Body Boxing classes, dance-inspired workouts that took Chicago by storm in 2007. You might even own one of their videos. But now with Flirty Girl Fitness’s live-streamed classes, you can experience the convenience of Flirty Girl’s classes at home, with the variety you’d get in studio. Even better, it costs only $15 per month.
Irv and Shelly’s Fresh Picks: Fresh produce is the healthiest thing you can put in your body. But in winter, it can be scare and pricey. Solution: Fresh Picks’ produce boxes, that come in multiple sizes and include seasonal varieties of fruits and veggies for as little as $20 per box.
Passport to Prana: Yoga is great for toning, stretching and ultimate relaxation. But yoga memberships are ridiculously expensive – what hippie has that kind of cash? Enter Passport to Prana. For $30, your passport gets you into most of the city’s best yoga studios (once each) for an entire year. Try River North’s Indigo Studio for a wide variety of barre, Pilates and yoga classes sure to whip you into shape.
Fresh Fruit Cleanse: For $13.95 and the price of groceries, experience all the benefits of celeb-inspired detoxification. Leanne Hall shares recipes that go beyond juices and smoothies to help you kick-start a healthful 2012. (P.S. We have a copy to give away. Comment on this post and “like” us on Facebook in order to make it yours.)