PHILADELPHIA - January 03, 2015 - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Only one in eight people who make New Year's resolutions actually end up following through for the full year, according to a study completed by the University of Scranton. With health and fitness resolutions being the most common, an executive at Retro Fitness – a leading national low-cost, high-value fitness chain – provides tips for staying on pace and motivated throughout the year.
CEO and founder Eric Casaburi says the first month is always the easiest to keep up with resolutions, but not many follow through past March. He said, “It's something new that you want to achieve. Then as time goes on, life happens – schedules become busy and resolutions are completely forgotten.”
Casaburi outlined several effective strategies to help track health and fitness goals:
Founded in 2004 by entrepreneur Eric Casaburi, Retro Fitness has evolved from a regional Northeast gym concept into a national fitness system with more than 120 gyms open in 15 states. Under Casaburi’s leadership, Retro Fitness is expanding its footprint with more than 100 gyms in its development pipeline and plans to open 300 gyms in the next three years in new, major markets, such as Florida, Illinois, California, Maryland, New York, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Each Retro Fitness location is equipped with a full-service fitness center, including 60-100 pieces of equipment supplied by leading manufacturers. The burgeoning franchise has placed in the top 300 of Entrepreneur’s magazine’s prestigious Franchise 500 list for five consecutive years. For more information, please visit www.retrofitness.com, and to learn more about franchise opportunities visit www.retrofranchising.com.
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