It’s a new dawn. It’s a new day. It’s a new life. And you’re feelin’ … errrr. Not to worry. Just get with a new program. Sit and Spin Try cutting-edge kinesis training at Pinnacle Fitness: Up to 400 resistance exercises use a wall of weights and pulleys that adapt to your range of motion (3215 Cains Hill Place; 404-228-3705). Body Sculptor owner Dolvett Quince’s Me & My Chair workout will get you a hot bod at home. (The on-screen eye candy doesn’t hurt either.) Update your workout wardrobe with snazzy new threads by Splits 59 (Deka Athletics, 375 Pharr Road; 404-869-9600). Mind Over Matter If getting healthy is as mental as it is physical, then it’s Café Physique wellness coach Kathianne Williams to the rescue. She’ll motivate you to reach nutrition, fitness, and stress management goals. Feed your mind with public lectures at Emory, like A Brief History of Everything and the new Sustainable Food Initiative series. Go Lowbrow Let the real you shine through with a trip to new Authentic Beauty (4674 Roswell Road; 404-849-0443). Resident brow genius Alyson Hoag’s makeunder methods include image journeys, cosmetic bag clean-outs, and volunteering with local nonprofits to help area girls get ready for prom. Renew skin with HollyBeth’s soothing wildflower dry oil. That’s putting your best face forward.