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Five Ways To Get Fit In The New Year

Five Ways To Get Fit In The New Year

With the New Year just around the corner there are many exercise trends and tools to help get you in shape. These are my recommendations on the latest exercise trends.

In the future, I believe that the fitness industry will continue to grow more than ever. I think there will be a new wave of exercise lovers who will fall in love with new activities in their quest to achieve a healthy life and get in shape.

People have began to clearly understand the importance of exercise to maintain good health. With so many exercise options to choose from, even children and the elderly can get in shape.

Focus on the lifestyle

 I am happy to see that the media are moving away from ads that promote strict traditional diets and exercise programs that offer a quick fix. Instead, they are embracing the whole picture of a healthy lifestyle plan and overall well-being. I love that the focus is shifting towards the idea of ​​healthy aging and simple but effective exercises with traditional exercises and activities that involve the whole family. This approach, in my opinion, helps people maintain a healthy long-term body composition.

Mixing Exercises

Many coaches know that a complete workout plan, which includes cardio exercises, endurance exercises, Strength and flexibility, is the key to good results. It will be interesting to see how professional coaches combine these elements into fun programs in the future. Recently, there were many classes where the exercises were “mixed” and the programs were a combination of different elements programmed in a class of 20 to 45 minutes, such as yoga-resistance, Pilates-yoga, cardio-resistance, cycling-yoga, etc. The popular combination of two formats (Pilates + boxeo = Piloxing) can easily be expanded to three or more formats. Whatever it may be. This blending approach is fun and will surely continue into the new year.

Approach

Basic body weight training has helped many people get in shape this year. The introduction of high intensity interval training (HIIT) has been hugely successful for people who have a busy schedule, and need to maximize their training time with few (or no) additional equipment. The idea of ​​returning to simple and basic exercise routines will continue, since the exercises can be performed anywhere in a short period of time.

Crazy

races Races such as 5k, mud racing or triathlons will continue to attract new exercise enthusiasts in the New Year. These events have become more affordable, and many include free training groups to help you train for the next event. Enrolling for a career is a way to help you stay motivated and dedicated to improving your fitness level.

Exercises online

For most people, attending a gym for an hour, three times a week and exercising different muscle groups is a thing of the past. The pace of life is very busy and people do not have the patience to commit to something like that. The average person wants a short workout and can maximize results with a high intensity routine most days of the week. People have begun to focus on a daily routine of 20 to 30 minutes. Similarly, the use of technology and effective online programs will continue to grow. I think more people will be using their smartphones to perform a short whole body routine. My videos of Herbalife and Active Body and Herbalife24 workout tips are designed for this type of people. And now that the live streaming has become so easy, get ready to travel without a passport for a fast online class.

Regardless of the exercise trend you follow in the new year, understand that the best health and wellness results come from combining your exercise routine with a balanced eating plan. Set a new exercise goal for the future and achieve your best fitness. Get ready to travel without a passport for a fast online class. Regardless of the exercise trend you follow in the new year, understand that the best health and wellness results come from combining your exercise routine with a balanced eating plan. 

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