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Fitness Trends of 2017

The fitness industry is growing year after year. People are taking new initiative to stay fit weather its from home or workout arena. Thanks to people who are waking up to the numerous benefits that offer variety and keep people excited about leading an active life.  In 2016, we saw the rise of hybrid classes, high-intensity interval training, boutique boxing, boot camp workout and more. While these fitness fads are not going anywhere, experts predict that this year is bound to see development in fun and simple workouts. Here’s a list of the fitness trends you can expect in 2017.

Tech-ing it up

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Wearable fitness was popular last year and 2017 will see it as one of its biggest fitness trends. Clearly, people want quantified monitor-able workouts with metrics.
Pretty much everyone can be seen sporting a fitness tracker of some sort. The humble pedometers have evolved around the world.
International reports say that in the next three decades we will probably be using gymbots/ drones as workout assistants. In some gyms, you can watch your heart monitor statistics live as you work out.


Treading Water

While aqua fitness has been around for a long time, what is new this year in water workouts is pool biking. Specially designed bikes give you a cardiovascular endurance workout of a spin-class with the low-impact support of water. It could help you burn up to a whopping 800 calories in an hour and is a lot gentler on the joints and because resistance is 12 times higher, you are likelier to lose more weight and tone your body.


Dance Cardio

Another trend that will be impacting fitness regimes in 2017 is the dance cardio. This year will see people working out in ways that do not feel much like working out and dance cardio classes are meant to feel like a party, rather than a sweat session to lose weight. Strength-training with cardio-inspired choreography routines for intense, yet fun workouts will gain popularity.


Outdoor Gymming Trend

The many outdoor gyms that have mushroomed across the city. In 2017, the outdoor gymming trend will be big with people going back to primitive, evolutionary exercises like lifting, carrying, jumping and crawling.

The Great Outdoor Gym Company, Osterley installation


One of the coolest fat-burning workouts of 2017 will be bear-crawling. It is touted to be the new plank, only tougher, (because its a moving plank). This demanding and effective, core exercise can also ease back problems. Maintaining a core position, with everything well-tucked in, one has to move forward, backward and also laterally, in this.

Athletic Training

This makes the use of sports-focused theories and increases all round strength and cardiovascular endurance. It’s called High Energy Athletic Training.


Recovery Classes and Mindfulness

With 2016 being all about hard core workouts, the new year will see people reaching out to recovery classes and activities that help the mind and body recuperate. Mindful exercising will be a phrase that you will get to hear a lot in 2017. It is about the positive effects of exercising, not just your physical but mental well-being as well. While in 2016 we learnt that yoga increases core strength and flexibility, this year we will see how it enhances mind focus and aids stress reduction.

Group of teenagers sitting on the desk in lotus position.


Move over stair climbers and treadmills. Step mills are the latest ‘in-thing’ in fitness if you want tougher, shorter workouts. Touted to be an unforgiving gen-next stepper that moves constantly at various difficulty levels, the step mills give you a booty-blast workout. Lookout for the hashtag, stair monster. Stair-climbing lowers blood pressure and studies have shown that seven minutes of stair-climbing a day, halved the risk of heart attacks over 10 years.

Step Mills

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One thought on “Fitness Trends of 2017

  • January 4, 2017 at 11:00 am

    Wearable technology for fitness has been making waves over the years now. I’m glad I found this fitness trends list.

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