Get trendy, stay healthy!
Seasonal trends can prove to be more interesting than you think, even if you don't follow fashion. Because when we're talking about fitness, the trends in question are the newest workouts on the cutting-edge.They are interesting because they can revive your drive to get moving or give you the incentive you're looking for to start a stimulating workout from scratch.
But above all, they're useful, because they're the result of in-depth research on new movements and new techniques that faithfully reflect the latest frontiers of wellness.
Here's what everyone will be talking about next year.
- Functional Training
Our daily lives consist of complex and sudden movements, the sum total of the simultaneous work of all our muscles. Through strengthening, functional training improves balance and helps you execute your daily movements, strengthening and making the muscle masses more functional for natural movement.
- Personal Training
You get more out of a personalized workout program. That's why many fitness centres today offer the option for "customized" workouts to every client. The very first question is always "What are you trying to achieve?", but along with it, "What training satisfies you the most?". The answer is a dedicated personal trainer, who models your training to your specific physical and psychological requirements.
- Group exercises
Training on your own is healthy, but training in a group is also an excellent way to socialize and stay motivated. That's why the new group training options, like Group Cycling®, are increasingly popular. What's more, this approach brings training into a stimulating environment that's full of energy. You can even try it at home with a pair of Group Cycles and just a few square meters.
- Core Training
It's a type of training that focuses on the central area of the body, including the pelvis, back, sides, and abdomen. The benefits? It strengthens the muscles that support your spinal column, improves your posture and the stability of your entire body, and helps keep your movements nimble and responsive. The tools? Simple devices, like Wellness Balls.
- Fewer muscles, more wellness
The latest trend in fitness, though not the least important, is to interpret daily training as a time to care for your body and your health. Up until a few years ago, physical activity was only thought of in aesthetic terms, but today a search for wellness prevails. And the name of a well-known American association, "Exercise is medicine", might just be the perfect expression for one of the most clear-cut fitness trends of recent years.
If you're searching for new motivation or you'd like to start working out, begin here: choose the trend that interests you the most, and find out how what's in vogue can be beneficial to your health and wellness.