How to make healthy habits


Research shows that most people give up on their New Year’s Resolutions by January 12th.

Even more shocking, only eight percent of people achieve their goal, according to a study by the University of Scranton.

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The most popular resolutions involve losing weight and exercising.

Personal trainers at Crunch Fitness in D’Iberville say many people might be failing to achieve their goals because they are not giving themselves enough time. Personal Training Manager Ashton Dearman said, “Usually we have seen that if people can stick out that new resolution for at least 30 days then usually a habit is formed and routine is built and people are able to maintain and stick with that routine.”

If you need a little extra help sticking to your fitness goals, Crunch is hosting a 2020 transformation challenge. You can contact your local Crunch Fitness for more details.

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Kristen comes to News 25 from the chilly Midwest. She spent the last year and a half as an anchor and reporter in northern Michigan, but calls Columbus, Ohio her home. Kristen Graduated from Kent State University in 2017. During her time at Kent she worked at TV2 the student run news station and had the opportunity to travel the country covering the most recent presidential election. During her free time Kristen loves volunteering at local animal shelters and hanging out with her husband Avery. If you see Kristen out and about don’t be afraid to say “hello!” She loves to chat with new people and has never met a stranger.