RESOLUTIONS

The F-M community discusses goals for the new year

Many people say setting realistic goals helps, but remember not to be too hard on yourself.

FARGO, N.D.- “New year, new me” seems to be the phrase that goes around every year on January 1st. “Yeah, just trying to be a bit more healthy. We’ve been spending a lot of time inside at home, so trying to just get out a bit more and do some more hiking,” Fargo’s Lindsay Boyd said. It’s the general consensus…

Kicking Off 2019 With a Fighting Start: Community Members Get into Fitness

MPX Fitness is doing the classes both at Courts Plus and Core Fitness

FARGO, N.D. —┬áMany people are already beginning the New Year at the gym. KVRR’s Danielle Church joins us live from Core Fitness where they’re getting ready to box through 2019. It’s like a dance. Except more than people are using their moves to begin 2019 with a little bit of work. “It’s not a judgement zone. You’re there for yourself…

F-M Metro Makes Some New Year’s Resolutions

They range from one simple action to everyday goals

FARGO, N.D. — After reflecting on 2018, many are looking forward to change in 2019. Much of that is through creating New Year’s resolutions. Some say they’ll be focusing on their health while others say they want to work on being more kind all those around them in 2019. To make sure they complete their goals for the New Year,…

Forget the Resolutions: What Are You Looking Forward to in 2018?

Many people in the community say it's a great excuse to get active and get prepared for the warm season ahead

FARGO, ND — The New Year is always an opportunity for a fresh start but many people in Fargo say this year they don’t have a resolution, but they do have many exciting activities and adventures to look forward to. Many people in the community say it’s a great excuse to get active and get prepared for the warm season…