On Wednesday CNN published an article on the top fitness trends for 2018. Rounding out the top five are:
- High-intensity interval training also known as HIIT
- Group training (classes involving more than five participants)
- Wearable technology (activity trackers and smartwatches)
- Body weight training
- Strength training
It’s good to see the industry catching up to us. Since 2011, HIT Training has been focused on all of these with the exception of wearable technology. However, our members personally track their training sessions and most burn anywhere from 500 to 1,000 calories.
The other trends identified in the Worldwide Survey of Fitness Trends for 2018 are core and sport-specific training, yoga, circuits, flexibility and mobility. The good news is we integrate all of these in our class and personal/group training curriculum, plus boxing and kickboxing which provide a turbocharged total body and cardio workout experience.
As we officially turned the calendar to 2018 a few days ago, it’s time to get focused on your fitness goals and step up your game. To get you started, check out this blog post which offers five tips to jumpstart your fitness.
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