1) Invest in the most expensive work-out outfit you can get your hands on
With clobber like this, you’ll be in the gym every day just to show off.
2) Blow the rest of your budget on at-home accessories
Buying weights, an exercise ball and a treadmill for your dining room will force you to squeeze in sessions when you can’t be bothered to leave the house.
There’s absolutely no way that you’ll have deflated the ball and moved the treadmill to the garage by 18 January.
3) Join a gym. Best get a swimming membership as well
Paying £35 per month is the ultimate incentive for daily work-outs.
Of course, they’re really easy to get out of if you decide they’re not for you…
4) Take plenty of selfies as you do your stretches
This is exactly what your Instagram followers want to see. It won’t make them want to throw their phones at a wall AT ALL.
5) Write a Facebook status every time you train
People love it the most when you explain (in depth) how you smashed your personal best and feel ‘so energised’.
6) It’s all about kale and juices
You’ll have so much adrenaline pumping through your veins any cravings for cake/crisps/chocolate will miraculously disappear.
7) Post daily inspirational work-out memes
Because you’re always at your most motivated when scrolling through your newsfeed before bed.
There’s no doubt you’ll have the same mindset when your alarm goes off at 6am the next morning. Erm.
See: 19 Fitness Quotes That Will Get You Motivated
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8) Build a banging work-out playlist
What better way to get yourself moving?
We’re sure you’ll still love Ellie Goulding, Beyonce and Taylor Swift just as much when you start associating them with lunges, squats and *shudder* burpees.
While we jest, a New Year’s resolution to exercise more and eat well is a great one for your list.
But if you really want to up your fitness levels in 2016, we recommend taking things at a sensible pace. For tips, check out our New Year’s resolutions you can actually keep.
Trust us, you’ll thank us later.