As one year comes to an end, people typically begin making health resolutions for themselves for the one about to begin.

The Daily News asked several experts in the Galveston County and Harris County areas their thoughts on the future of fitness as we look ahead to 2022. Interviewed were Tyler Morrison, exercise physiologist at the University of Texas Medical Branch’s rehabilitation services department; Wesley McWhorter, director of Culinary Nutrition for the Nourish Program at UTHealth School of Public Health; and Bernice Torregrossa, Daily News food and running columnist.

Keenan Betz: 409-683-5237, keenan.betz@galvnews.com or on Twitter @surebetkeenan.

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Former Sports Columnist, Reporter & Copy Editor

Keenan worked for The Daily News in various roles from June 2017 through December 2021.

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