Get Your Body and Mind In Shape For 2012
Here are some resources to start the new year on the right foot.
A lot of people make New Year's resolutions, but staying true to them in the long run is almost never easy.
Candace Grasso, the CEO and Founder of Fit Is It, Inc. and a Patch blogger, recently gave six tips for keeping your New Year's resolutions.
For people who want to exercise their body and mind in 2012, Patch provided a list of local resources for you to use.
For the body:
All Access Fitness
Exercising here is a private and relaxing affair, especially for those who are serious about fitness.
Wetlands Gold Course
It offers golf lessons and a pro shop for purchasing equipment, so you can prepare for the course.
Top Flight Mixed Martial Arts
There is a variety of classes for children, teens and adults to learn Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, kickboxing, submission grappling, self defense and mixed martial arts training for cage matches.
For the mind:
Aberdeen Room Archives & Museum
Visitors can learn about the people and history of the town of Aberdeen through walking tours and exhibits.
Harford County Public Libraries, Aberdeen Branch
Numerous activites and seasonal reading programs are available for all ages. Books, magazines, newspapers, CDs and DVDs are available.
Harford Community College, Continuing Education and Training
Learn a new skill to advance your career. Featured courses include web graphic design certification, hospitality, bartending, nursing assitance and more.
What's your resolution for the new year and how will you keep it? Tell us in the comments.