2019 recap: Workout trends
The year is coming to an end, so let’s take a look at some of the fitness trends that defined 2019!
Do you know that boxing was the sixth most popular workout in 2019 on ClassPass; a fitness class booking platform? Most people love it because it’s a high-intensity full-body workout. The good thing about this workout is, you can easily burn 400-500 calories an hour.
2019 has witnessed the evolution of smart watches, fitness trackers, heart monitors and more, and we don’t think it’s going to slow down in 2020, so make sure you save up so you could afford amazing fitness tech that suit you.
This online coaching includes workout plans and meal preps that are tailored to your body. The coach will examine your body BMI and offer you multiple solutions to solve your fitness problems. The perfect solution for those who prefer to workout at home.
Functional training basically is a workout developed to enhance daily physical activities such as walking and running. Functional training may help to improve your balance, strength, endurance and coordination.
Bodyweight training is perfect for beginners and those who are intimidated by weights. Think simple workouts like planks, sit-ups, and lunges which may seem do-able but will also definitely transform your body.