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Make Mid-Year’s Resolutions with These Budget Fitness Staples

July 1st marked the exact middle of the calendar year, and if you’ve found yourself lacking on those New Year’s resolutions, then you’re certainly not alone.


Forbes recently published an article that talked about the importance of revisiting your resolutions now, at mid-year, with fresh eyes and a more humble sense of purpose.


So, get ready to make your Mid-Year’s resolutions, now! To get back on track both financially and physically, it is helpful to have a plan, and that plan should include online shopping! Yep. You have to shop online to save money.

 

However, your online shopping strategy for your Mid-Year’s Resolutions should include fitness staples that will help you stay motivated, track your progress, and help you feel healthy and strong without breaking the bank.

Make Mid-Year’s Resolutions with These Budget Fitness Staples

Progress/Planning Journal

One of the best ways to keep track of your goals, progress, and daily fitness details is to purchase a planner where you can organize things such as a new fitness routine, calorie intake, or short-term goals to stay motivated. 

 

Target has a great section for planners, and if you’re smart about when you purchase, you might be able to get a great planner for the lowest price.

Gym Membership

While gyms typically offer memberships at a discounted price at the beginning of each year to entice new clients, you can also browse your local Groupon deals for summer offers on memberships, classes, and training sessions. 

 

The great thing about this is that it gives you the opportunity to try the class, gym or trainer at a highly discounted rate before committing to something long-term.

 

It’s also worth noting that lots of gyms run summer specials when students are out of school.

Great Athletic Shoes & Clothes

Look good, feel good, right? That’s so last year. This year, it’s all about save money, live better.

Look for shoes that are designed for the specific type of activity you will be engaging in to help keep you and your feet safe and healthy. The best way to save money on shoes and athletic wear is to shop on a specific day of the week.

Target marks down clearance items in each department on a stated, specific day of each week. Thursdays are generally the markdown days for sporting goods and shoes, Tuesdays are for women’s clothing, and Wednesdays are for men’s clothing. 

 

By shopping smart, you can save money on items you’ll need to stay fit and healthy this year.

Fitness Wristband

This one is multifaceted and can help you with more than just your workouts! 

 

Whether you’re trying to move more in general, sleep better, or log the details of workouts to keep track long-term, a Fitbit will help keep you accountable while providing crucial data on your journey.

 

Investing in a Fitbit is a great way to put your money to work for you while you work for yourself.

 

The Fitbit Flex 2 from Macy’s offers a slim design that’s waterproof and provides the user with daily reminders when needed. At around $60 from Macy’s with free shipping, it’s a great investment for those looking for a little extra push in the accountability department.

Fresh Groceries Daily

For those of you who hate to shop daily, which is sometimes necessary when eating healthy and fresh, Walmart offers a great online shopping tool that allows you to order fresh groceries online with same-day pickup. 

 

They’ll even load them into your car! This is an easy way to help meal plan and stay on track with your diet plan. You can order fresh groceries each morning, or on a specified day of the week, from the comfort of your desk or even at the gym, saving you time and money to focus on other things!

Invest in Your Personal and Financial Health

With these budget fitness staples, you’ll be able to see a better version of yourself while also improving the state of your bank account.

 

But, health is about more than just your physical fitness. What about your financial health?

 

Studies show that the two are correlated, so if you want to truly set a Mid-Year resolution to improve your overall health, you’ll need to start thinking about the best ways to put your money to work.

 

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