2017 is here, and one of the most common buzz words …. “Fit” for the New Year …
“What is going to get me the most success and be most beneficial for my body overall”?
Here are my top picks for Fitness Trends in 2017:
#1 Mixed Format Classes: Think of a class like “Fit and Flow” Combining fitness movements intertwined with yoga vinyasa flow. This class gives you the best of both worlds. these mixed format classes will be huge in the coming year because they prevent overuse increase flexibility, and make it fun interesting and effective all in one!
#2 At Home Subscriptions: Companies like Peloton Bikes, Daily Burn,YogaGlo to name a few are making it much more attainable for people without gym memberships to be just as effective at home!
#3 Stretching for Sport: We all know the importance of mobility and stretching, but most of us don’t do our do diligence to actually take the professional approach to doing it. Gyms are now opening all over the world specializing in stretching for a sport, for your sport, and for overall wellness. Gyms such as Awaken, Stretchlab, CPMFITness Yoga. give you a chance to build strength thru flexibility, mobility, and restore and renew the body.
# 4 One on One Specialized Training: Training for your specific needs, sport, or activity. Boutique or specialized gyms and personal training are places you will be seeing much more of this in 2017. If you are training for a triathlon, or biking event studios like flywheel or soul cycle are great. If you are wanting to work on an endurance event like a marathon, 5k, or 1/2 .. Endurance Try out a Crossfit Endurance Based Gym … Want to train for your ballerina within try out a Barre Class ..
Now you can enjoy your sport, get better at it, and stay fit all in one!
#5 Worksite Health Incentives: Now your companies are promoting health in the workplace and giving you incentives if you do! Companies are beginning to realize that a healthy employee is a happy, more productive employee—and that creating programs and services that promote positive behaviors like working out, quitting smoking, and losing weight ultimately controls rising health care costs.