Taking Back Your Fitness Goals

  • BY Kelly Murray
  • January 20, 2020
By Kelly Murray
Publisher of Murray Media Group

The holiday season is long gone, and hopefully, that means no more cake, candy, and kitchen tables loaded with food we shouldn’t be eating but do it anyway. I mean, don’t get me wrong. Just the sound of all that is making me hungry. But now is the time to start thinking about what we can do to better ourselves — and start anew.

Naturally, a great place to start is by recapturing your fitness goals. Everyone is talking about it, so much that we’ve even made fitness the theme of this month’s magazine! This issue is chock full of words of wisdom from fitness experts and new places in town to work up a good sweat. There’s even a feature article that lists alternative activities that can get your blood pumping and boost that heart rate. Did anyone say rock climbing? How about a game of basketball with the kiddos?

I’m a big fan of health and fitness. I mean, I’ve resigned myself to the fact that I’ll never look like 54-year-old actress/model Elizabeth Hurley, who is bikini-bod ready 12 months out of the year. But that’s not my goal, anyway. I workout at Jesse James Fit three to four times a week with my closest friends, eat right, and do everything in moderation.

For me, that plan works. I look and feel great, and I stick with it, which is the secret ingredient for any health and fitness plan. Wishing for a better life isn’t going to get you one. You have to have a goal in mind and be able to put it into action.

Learning your strategy is half the battle — the other half is taking action. Thank you for picking up a copy of this month’s magazine. We hope you enjoy it.

Kelly Murray

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