After a month filled with feasts and festivities in December, people are often far more inclined to make some healthy changes once the New Year arrives. New Years resolutions can come in all shapes and sizes but more often than not, there is a heavy focus on health and wellness goals. So why is it that the gym’s are always so full at the beginning of January but then attendance steadily declines as the year progresses? The truth is, when you vocalize a goal without creating an action-plan behind it, things can frequently go awry. This year if you want to make a fitness and health resolution that you stick to, you just have to do it the S.M.A.R.T way. Here are the 5 S.M.A.R.T elements your resolution needs to have, in order to be a success.