How to Stick to your Healthy Resolutions

people at a Farmers Market in Marietta

How to Stick to your Healthy Resolutions

 

Now that we’re a month into the new year, some may be finding it difficult to stick to their resolutions to be healthier. Whether it be exercising, clean eating or just being more mindful, Marietta will keep you on track with your healthy new year’s resolutions.

Move Your Body

If you began your year with a vow to exercise more, Marietta has multiple options for you. Become a member at Peak365 Fitness for access to one of two programs consisting of multiple classes. With classes such as Row Fit and Total Body Metabolic Conditioning, your body will receive “the perfect mix of strength and cardio” to give you the results you seek.

Whether you are a beginner or a pro, BeYoga offers a variety of classes to help you align both your body and your mind. Along with the classic hot yoga and vinyasa flow, there are classes for students, moms-to-be and even children.

Eat Healthy

Upon entering a new year, many vow to adopt healthier eating habits. Clean eating does not have to be bland and icky. Don’t believe us? Visit Marietta’s own Canvas Bakery & Cafe and you will change your mind. With tons of superfood-packed meals – such as the Grains & Greens salad or Tree Hugger sandwich – eating healthy at Canvas is a delicious breeze.

For a sweet yet healthy pick-me-up, stop by UpDog Smoothies & Juices. UpDog offers a wide variety of smoothies, juices and bowls made with real ingredients. For a health boost, throw in some optional add-ons to your smoothie, such as Spirulina, Matcha or chia seeds. As an added bonus, all of UpDog’s menu items are vegan, so you may enjoy your treat without the guilt!

Eat Local

Eating mindfully comes along with eating clean. The Marietta Square Farmers Market makes it incredibly easy to be mindful of the meals you make at home. Each Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon, the Farmers Market provides a variety of produce from 65 local vendors. With the ability to buy directly from a farmer in your area, you can ensure that the food you are consuming is sustainable and supports the agricultural community.