Unrealistic Body Goals

Did you resolve to get fit in 2014? Karina Dawn and Katrina Hodgson from Bravo's "Toned Up" stopped by to tell us which fitness goals are worth fighting for and which simply aren't worth the effort.

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They say results you can see immediately are the ones you should focus on, because nobody's going to lose 20 pounds in a day. "The first thing you should look out for is improved confidence and improved energy," Katrina says.

As for unrealistic body goals, Karena and Katrina say anyone hoping to achieve thigh gap or get rid of muffin top or saddlebags should refocus their fitness hopes. "We want to get those words out of the vocabulary of women," Katrina says, regarding what can easily turn into over-the-top obsessions. "It's just ridiculous. It's unhealthy."

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Another unhealthy behavior? Consuming too few calories. The ladies recommend eating better calories instead of consuming fewer calories. "It's really important to have enough calories, but have them be the right calories that you're taking in," Karena says.

Karena and Katrina suggest starting your day off right with a "booty call," 30 seconds of lunges and squats first thing in the morning to get your heart rate up and build energy.

To find out the best practices for getting rid of cellulite, check out this episode of Daily Shot and watch "Toned Up" Thursday nights at 10 p.m. on Bravo.