(WICHITA, Kan.) — Get in shape. It's one of the most popular New Year's Resolutions. Saturday, nearly 500 Wichitans braved the cold to get a start on theirs.
"If you can get up and brave the cold then it's probably a good start," says Jennifer Cotton, a runner in Saturday's Frosty 5k. "I have two pairs of pants on, under armor, and fleece. So I'm feeling okay, but my toes are a little numb."
"Most people want to lose weight, get healthier, eat healthier." Ryan Cotton is an avid runner. But this New Year's Day race is for anyone who could use a jump-start on their resolution to lose weight and get fit.
People say training for runs like the Frosty 5k helps them keep their goal.
Goals are on thing health experts say you should set for yourself to keep this year's resolution to get healthy. Just make sure they are realistic and non-negotiable. Experts add to allow for imperfections. But most importantly, start working on those resolutions now.