The 2017 Workout Trends That Took Internet by Storm
As every year passes by, a new one begins with its own fitness trends. As far as 2017 is concerned, the number of fitness workouts to consider is greater than ever before. Be it German volume training and Crosswords to Thighmaster and Tae Bo, the decision you make is personal. The health sector industry today continues to evolve in a positive direction with greater emphasis on fitness and wellbeing. As 2017 draws to a close, it's time to go through this year's emerging workout trends that took the internet by storm.
Bodyweight exercises are here to stay
Imagine a workout that doesn't utilize expensive equipment, gym memberships and requires a limited amount of space to be carried out. Yes, the secret is out, bodyweight training was a part of this year's most appealing fitness workout regime. When combined with aerobic training, bodyweight exercises work to increase lean muscle mass. In case you're new to the gym, this workout plan also helps ease your way into strength training. Did we mention its lack of equipment makes it the best form of workout during travel or during office hours?
Aerobics are back with a bang
Step aerobics were a huge phenomenon in the 1970's and guess what ladies and gentlemen, it's time to get those high waist leotards out and about. Dance and aerobic sessions have always been renowned for breaking up a sweat, burning calories all session long. With regular classes, fitness enthusiasts can expect to gain muscular endurance as well as improve their agility and coordinated movement. You can also achieve hip toning while you dance your way to the famous tunes of Madonna, Beyonce and Michael Jackson.
Technology that's wearable
In the modern era of the digital world, it's not surprising that 2017 saw the emergence of smart watches and fitness trackers galore. Being considered as popular holiday gifts for the past few years, brands such as Apple and Fitbit were able to provide individuals with a number of accurate workout wearables. This wearable technology provides heart rate readings, tracks distance mileage, keeps a check on your overall fitness and also works as a portable GPS when on the run. What better way of reaching your health goals than using wearable technology?
HIIT workouts and their quest to get you active
HIIT or Highly intensive interval training has been a workout plan talked about by many. As the name states, this form of exercise isn't for the faint hearted as it will drive you to the edge of getting into shape and torching those calories fast. A session of HIIT comprises of short workout bursts, combined with short rest periods. An overall session lasts for 20 to 30 minutes in total. A common HIIT session includes for example Burpees for 45 seconds, 15 seconds of rest and then 45 seconds of squats. Not only will this keep your metabolism fired up, you can burn up to 200 calories per session.
Workouts in groups is the way to go!
Gone are the days of finding a good trainer to help guide you to fitness success.2017 saw an emerging trend of group workouts. Classes where you can now workout in groups, performing a range of different exercise regimes are commonly observed. This includes renowned exercise regimes such as HIIT, Pilates, movement, cross training, yoga and spinning, just to name a few. Not only is it a great way to get into shape, these classes are devised by experts in the industry who work from great syllabuses. As the old saying goes, 'everything is better together.
Once you see fitness results, it becomes an addiction. Work until your idols become your rivals.
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