The Melillenses, like most Spaniard have set some goals to fulfill in the coming year. However, most of these are the same purposes that are always proposed and that ultimately never come to fruition or at least not at all. Among the most prominent are: join the gym or start going for people who pay their monthly dues and do not go, study a language, stop smoking and eat a healthy diet as soon as the holidays are over.
The Melillenses try to change their habits in this coming year, although few manage to fully achieve the goals that are set.
Getting in shape
Performing physical exercise to lose weight after Christmas is one of the most common proposals. Some people prefer to sign up for the gym and for others who already pay the fees start to go. Although there are people who are more inclined to do activities for free without having to go to any establishment.
The latest news and updates monitor of a local gym ensures that “many people have signed up in 2017 and have appeared at least one week and have not returned, they continue paying their monthly dues but they do not appear again”. Like “every year people who at first are very motivated and exercise every day but when they look good, stop coming and that is the biggest mistake”.
Playing sports and dieting go hand in hand, as it is essential to get in shape. Doctors always recommend that before you start regimen, you must first learn to eat. The key is to feed by varying the ingredients so that it does not result in a monotonous diet and ends up leaving. Little by little you have to reduce fats and carbohydrates but without getting rid of them. And drinking water is also essential when trying to lose weight.
Studying a language
On the other hand, it is very common for Melillans to want to learn a language at the beginning of January. English is the most successful because it is essential for the certificate of university careers and also very important for parents to help their children.
Give up smoking
In another order of things, there are challenges that are very difficult to achieve, such as quitting smoking. The solution is not to abandon it abruptly but to reduce the number of cigarettes per day, until smoking one or two a day to be able to renounce it.