You had one too many Fat Tires on New Year’s Eve and woke up with a spare. Let the air out with new ways to a new you. Spin Last time you cruised a tricycle you were hell on Hot Wheels and weighed 40 pounds. Feel like a kid again with Bike and Roll San Francisco’s new Shop and Roll membership program (415-229-2000). Rent a jazzy trike with an attached trailer for an hour to haul goods across town or simply tighten your load. Hydrate No, vodka infused with antioxidants isn’t healthy. But Golden Star white jasmine sparkling tea (Whole Foods), made with organic ingredients, is. Spike your H2O with an all-natural U drink tab loaded with vitamins and electrolytes (Funky Door Yoga, 1336 Polk Street; 415-673-8659). Strength Train If the only thing you feel burning is a hole in your wallet, it’s time to invest in Human Motion Lab, the Mission’s resistance training studio. During Muscle Activation Techniques, you can play your own music and personalize the LED lights. Strap on the new Bodybugg before workouts to monitor caloric burn. Relax, Meditate, Rejuvenate If you can’t bear the thought of being back at work, treat yourself to a light at the end of the tunnel: I-Spa’s new elite membership. A monthly fee gets you a wellness consultation, one 50-minute spa service, a yoga class, one personal training session, and a comfy robe, among other perks. Eat Right If you are what you eat, then we’ll take one of every guilt-free indulgence at Chill. The new FiDi dessert cafe’s signature rooibos red tea fro-yo is to die — and it’s caffeine free and packed with antioxidants. East Bayers will love the new Eat Well Berkeley dining out program. That’ll keep you on the right track.