Study shows getting fit a priority in 2016

Filed under: Pilates News — Wayne on January 11, 2016

A study has shown that getting fit and healthy remains one of the most common New Year’s resolutions made by Brits in 2016.

The study, conducted by Thomas Cook UK, found that common resolutions like dieting and taking measures to lose weight, such as attending Pilates classes in Pilates classes pilates classes Pilates classes or taking up running are the most popular, topping their list of the 50 most common resolutions.

The study asked 2,000 people about what their New Year’s resolution would be in 2016. The second most common resolution made by people in Britain is to go on a holiday or mini breaks, which may not seem like a health-based resolution at first, but holidays and breaks are well-known stress busters, and can really help with overall good health and well -being.

Other health-based resolutions that made the study’s top 50 include giving up smoking, which came in at number six, giving up alcohol, which was number five on the list, and cooking from scratch more often, which made it to number nine in the list.

It is not really surprising that so many health based resolutions made it into the top ten, because New Year has always been a prime time for people looking to give themselves a healthy new start in life. What was slightly more surprising was that a number of resolutions on the list centred on detoxes of the social media kind, rather than the diet-based ones we are used to.

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