Now that it’s the start of a brand new year, Lakeland cheerleading must go through a list of resolutions they will work on completing throughout the year. When you’re trying to list down your resolutions, make sure to keep it simple and uncomplicated. This will help you fulfill these resolutions in no time.
Let’s admit it, though, majority of the resolutions we listed won’t be fulfilled by the end of 2018. In fact, only 3% of these resolutions are likely to be completed and fulfilled by deadline. So, here are some simple resolutions that will be easy for you to keep:
Eat healthy and exercise
As a cheerleader, you have to take care of your body. Now that the official holidays are over, it’s time to go back to your diet and exercise. If you get too heavy, the skills and choreographies you can follow and execute will be limited. For example, a flyer cannot gain more pounds because she would be a burden to the base cheerleaders. They would have to bear the grunt of the additional weight the flyers gained, on top of the weight they have been used to in the past.
Dedicated cheerleaders should also go back to the gym and start working out again. They have to tone their bodies once more and make sure that they are fit for the routines they have to make.
This one is the hardest to keep. Yes, it’s even harder to keep than going on a diet and exercising. We love to save money, but it is hard because unforeseen circumstances can sometimes force us to part ways from our savings. When you’re trying to save either for the future or for a vacation, something always goes wrong—your car breaks down, your fridge needs to be replaced, your pipes have to be patched up, etc. Still, instead of stressing over these small matters, it would nice to have the money for it.
What you should do is very simple. You need to just eliminate the things that make you spend more than you should. Just don’t go out to eat every week and you’ll be surprised at the amount of money you can save.
Spend more time with the family
How many times have you regretted not spending more time with your loved ones? This is the time to bond with them more often. Have a regular schedule where you can simply visit your parents and siblings or have dinner with the family as a whole. You’ll be surprised at how much you will feel good about seeing your loved ones regularly.