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Make a plan and get fit in the New Year

Looking to get fit in the new year?

Bren Taylor has some advice for you.

Taylor owns Studio 57 in the 5000 block of Slide Road.

She says people shouldn't look at health and fitness as a New Year's Resolution.

"Health and fitness is about being motivated and determined and setting goals and having a plan," Taylor said. "And Studio 57 what we offer is fun.  So, if you're not gonna have fun and its going to be painful and boring staying in the gym and treadmill you're not gonna stick with it."

Taylor also says to bring a friend because when was the last night you high fived a treadmill?

She says one of the biggest question she gets is about diet. Taylor says the key is controlling your portions.

For more information about staying fit in the new year, you can contact Studio 57 at www.studio57fitness.com, or "like" Studio 57's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/studio57fitness#!/pages/Studio-57-Group-Fitness/252147415309.

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