It’s not too late to cinch up your New Years fitness resolution

Chastidy Liebi joined Anytime Fitness with a friend in May 2010. Liebi, center, and her personal trainer, Ashley Swoboda, hold the 3XL t-shirt Liebi wore when she first joined the gym. Liebi is wearing a medium shirt 125 pounds later.

Chastidy Liebi joined Anytime Fitness with a friend in May 2010. Liebi, center, and her personal trainer, Ashley Swoboda, hold the 3XL t-shirt Liebi wore when she first joined the gym. Liebi is wearing a medium shirt 125 pounds later.

You’ve committed to living healthier, eating better and getting off the couch more often in 2011.

It’s only been a few weeks, and you’re doing pretty well.

“I can do this,” you say to yourself.

Or you haven’t even started. There was the New Year’s Day open house with the chicken wings and bleu cheese dip, and then there was the wedding with the incredible cake, and then the kids went back to school and you’ve been cruising through the drivethru on the way home from work.

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“Be forgiving,” said Tracie Matthews-Ferrier, fitness supervisor at Wilson’s Total Fitness, 3600 Country Club Drive. It’s not too late to find your resolve.

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