CLEVELAND -- If you resolved to lose weight in 2014, but have quit dieting and exercise, you still have time.
And you're not alone.
By March 1, officials say 92 percent of weight loss resolutions have failed.
Dr. Derek Alessi, PhD, a fitness trainer, is sharing some of the best ways to get back on your diet and stick to it.
If you failed after trying exercising using fitness equipment, gadgets and dangerous over-the-counter pills, Alessi suggests trying resistance bands and light weights for a more balanced and consistent approach to getting healthy.
For more ways you can reset your weight loss goals check out Dr. Alessi's book: