If you feel compelled to make an exercise resolution, consider a slightly different approach than setting a goal around weight loss or logging a certain number of minutes of exercise each week, Matthew suggests. “Focus on making the movement you do more mindful and, in turn, more meaningful,” she says. It doesn't matter if you run, lift weights, do yoga, or something else. Simply try to “immerse yourself in the experience, utilizing it as an opportunity to be fully present in the moment and to reflect on and express gratitude for all of the amazing things your body and your breath enable you to do,” she says. This way you work toward improving not only your body, but also your mind and spirit.