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People focus on New Year's resolutions as 2018 approaches

"Make sure you have a game plan when you come in," said Leach. "Having a game plan keeps you consistently going."

KALKASKA COUNTY, Mich. (WPBN/WGTU) -- The countdown has begun, New Year's is just a couple of days away. Which means people have some New Year's resolutions on their minds.

Whether it's to improve things at work, home, or like Joseph Kelly and Joseph Leach of Kalkaska County, in the gym.

"Just continuously stay on the grind, showing up, putting work in and continue getting huge," said Kelly.

"Make sure you have a game plan when you come in," said Leach. "Having a game plan keeps you consistently going."

Kelly and Leach are workout partners at the Kaliseum in Kalkaska. The two said they hope to improve in all aspects of the gym.

"Physically and mentally I'm just trying to get better overall," said Leach.

Kelly and Leach aren't the only ones looking to improve their health in the new year.

"It seems like everyone always wants to be in shape starting January 1st and we have the perfect solution for them at the Kaliseum," said Kaliseum Director Krzysztof Oliwa. "We have a brand new gym."

Oliwa said the Kaliseum has something to help everyone achieve their fitness goals. Now he's hoping to add even more.

"We even want to introduce babysitting services here," said Oliwa. "So people can come and leave there kids for an hour or so."

Kelly and Leach both said regardless of what your resolution is, you should approach it the same way they are approaching they're gym goals.

"When you run out of consistency you start wandering off and doing stuff you're not supposed to," said Leach. "You can have small goals and build up to bigger goals."

"If your New Year's resolution is to go to the gym then don't talk about it, be about it," said Kelly.

Oliwa said he plans to have the new gym fully set up early in the new year.

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