Australian Men's Fitness

At the beginning of 2019, I decided it would be the best year of my life.

I’d be learning a language, naturally ( Japanese couldn’t be that hard, could it?) and while I was at it, why not turn the average two-bedroom house I’d recently bought with my girlfriend into the dream home we’d been planning?

Call it post-Christmas optimism or new-year naivety, but I felt genuinely psyched up to transform my life in the way that so many lifestyle gurus had promised was possible. I just had to make a bit more time, work a little harder and stay focused on making good things happen.

NEW YEAR, NEW YOU?

Of course, I knew I wasn’t the only person setting aspirational goals as 2019 rolled around. I also knew that the statistics for succeeding with New Year’s resolutions were less than promising. Data by fitness app Strava suggests that by January 12 each year, most of us have already failed to keep our resolutions. Elsewhere, a study undertaken by the

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