Working out, losing weight, these are some of the most common New Year's resolutions.
"Every year when this time comes, I see a lot of new faces," said regular gym goer, Matthew Thompson.
And several years ago, Michael Albigese was one of those new faces.
"All of us at one point made a resolution to get fit. I was there, everyone who is here at one point or another started working out," he said.
Sticking to the resolution, working out is now on his daily agenda.
But he along with others say it's only so long until the other gym "resolutionists" give up.
"By the end of the month they're almost always gone," said Albigese.
So with temptations, winter weather, and other distractions, what's the key to turning that resolution into a lifestyle?
'Get a friend who is in to working out and is dedicated with you. Say you need to go with your friend, then you're going to feel guilty if you don't go because then you'll leave your friend out," said Albigese.
"You have to look at yourself fit months from then. It's not easy, it takes hard work, but you'll get there," said Thompson.
And the best reward of all they say, is the last effects.
"You stay fit and you'll be in good shape. You'll live longer," said Mike Montana, another gym regular.