Fitness Trends You Should Not Miss Out in 2020
In this generation, being physically fit and healthy is a trend. No matter what age, everyone is into the hype of taking care of their body. But being physically fit isn’t that easy. You need to commit to a healthy diet and regular exercise. Apart from the commitment to regular exercise, there’s also the challenge of picking the right workout to stay fit. However, technology makes it possible for you to surf through apps and choose the proper exercise for you to achieve your goals.
Here are a few fitness trends that you can count on in 2020:
HIIT or High-intensity Interval Training
HIIT is such a great way to stay in shape. It includes multiple short workouts and fast high-intensity activities with quick breaks that will surely leave you breathless (in an excellent way). The fast-paced exercise helps burn fat and calories, depending on the intensity of your activity.
High-intensity interval training lays focus on your entire body while giving you 15-30 seconds of rest in between workouts. The more breathless you become, the more adrenaline rushes through your body. This results in fat burning and muscle building in your body.
Instructor-Led Group Training
Working with a personal instructor or trainer is comfortable than training alone. The experience and professional credibility of an instructor will help them pick the right workout for your body type. In the Instructor-led group training model, the instructor makes sure the entire group workout to achieve the group goal, while still focusing on the individuals. They can guide you through the exercises to make sure you’re doing it right and getting closer to your fitness goals.
Fitness Exercise for Older Adults
There’s no age limit to think about getting fit. There’s a rise in the number of senior citizens hopping onto the fitness bandwagon in the last few years. Therefore the fitness industry has unique exercises that match their aging body. This includes exercises that require low-impact physical activities such as Yoga and Tai chi. Yoga mostly focuses on improving one’s flexibility and discipline. This fitness trend is fit for older adults as it helps lower blood pressure and helps with insomnia.
Its purpose, apart from setting up one’s strength, is to create a harmonious relationship between your mind and body. Tai chi, on the other hand, is generally practiced for defense training and meditation that helps improve one’s sense of balance. It is an activity that also helps both your body and mind. It builds one’s strength from the inside out.
Training with Free-Weights
If you’re looking to get fit cost-effectively, this is the type of workout you should embrace. Not only can you do this in the comfort of your own home, but you can also do it without burning a hole in your pocket and with ease. Start by using the dumbbells or kettlebells at home.
As you are not tying the load to anything, you can use it in a form comfortable to you and mix it up with other exercises. For instance, you can squat while you have free-weights. The possibilities are endless!
Functional Fitness Training
This type of fitness trend mostly focuses on improving posture and strengthening the muscles. Functional fitness training also prepares and helps your body with movements and activities in your daily life. Reaching, pulling, squatting, lifting, and a lot more will be easy if you incorporate this in your regular routines. This merely helps you function the right way as you go along and improve your balance, strength, coordination, mobility, and power.
This fitness trend consists of high-intensity aerobics that mostly focuses on building one’s strength and muscle endurance. It has different stations, with each focusing on a specific fitness component. All members of the group start at one station where you do one exercise for 30 seconds to 5 minutes. An instructor will tell you when it’s time to move to another free station.
Wearable technology contains wearable devices that help you keep track of your physical fitness. It helps count the steps you take daily, including the total distance you traveled. You can also monitor your heart rate and track your exercise. It helps control the total calories you burned while walking, running, or exercising, including the calories you gained daily.
Apart from this, you can also track the quantity and quality of your sleep. You can set your fitness goal and monitor your achievements. While this requires discipline, wearable technology can help people get up and take care of their physical fitness.
These are just some of the fitness trends this 2020. Whatever trend you choose, just make sure that you’re not putting yourself at risk, only to achieve the fit body you’re dreaming of.
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