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2018 BRINGS NEW WORKOUT TRENDS!

Written by MKTLIST Blog Team Published On : February 03, 2018 1938
2018 BRINGS NEW WORKOUT TRENDS!



1) Classes that burn massive calories

High intensity interval training is still in the hit list of American College of Sports’ Medicine’s List when it comes to fitness. Since everyone wishes to come to class with their best results. So, there are two formats to it, one is the treadmill and other is the floor exercise. The trainer divides the class into two groups, while one groups exercises on the treadmill, the other exercises on the floor using various types of equipment.

 “We do different moves to create muscle confusion and we try to keep you moving so your heart rate is elevated and you burn more calories,” says Schuth. Participants can expect to burn anywhere from 500 to 900 calories during the one-hour class and see results within the first two weeks.

2) High intensity training in the pool

According to Rob Glick, senior director at programming and innovation at Life Time Fitness and co-creator of Water Xtreme, When it comes to water exercise there has been an innovation- its either laps or water aerobics.  “We worked with Speedo and came up with an ultimate boot camp that takes place in and out of the pool,” says Glick.

 This Speedo aquatic training aids, Push plate helps to create more intensity of workout in water. “High intensity moves done in the water are less stressful on the body, and water classes aid the body in recovery,” he says. 75 percent of the time of class is served in water while other time is spent on the deck doing push ups, lunges and traditional exercises. 

3) Yoga Alternatives

Classes at Life Time Fitness offer an alternative of Yoga by lifting light weights. Most yoga classes already have a significant amount of resistance training—lunges in warrior pose and push-ups through chaturanga—but they are not recognized as such, Glick explains.

 “Warrior Sculpt complements your typical yoga practice while increasing your strength and flexibility and boosting your metabolism. The movements are intuitive, intentional, focused, and purposeful,” he says.

4) Rhythmic Workouts

Pounds aims to make its participants both stronger emotionally and mentally. It was founded on LA 2010, now it has above 13,000 trainers teaching Pound Worldwide. Ripstix are light weighted drumsticks used in the 45 minute class to give a full body workout with conditioning, cardio, strength training with yoga and moves inspired by Pilates-plates. 

You’ll find comfort in familiar moves and excitement in the empowering, uplifting, music-based environment,” says Kirsten Potenza, co-creator and CEO of Pound. “Our lightly weighted drumsticks are engineered specifically for exercising, they act as an extension of your arm and literally turn you into an instrument.” Depending on their body and age, a person can burn 400 to 900 calories.



5) Classes that connect mind, body and spirit

Reginald Zephyrin says its important to channel inner energy. The classes focus on Kung fu, punching, kicking, self defense and awareness followed by breathing techniques and meditation.  “The class offers a holistic experience of Kung Fu from the winding up to the winding down,” says Zephyrin. 

“It’s different, but it’s applicable to daily life as it helps you learn how to center yourself, meditate, and breathe properly, which can help manage stress.”

6) Obstacle Course Racing Races

“Each of us are handed obstacles over our lifetime,” says Glick. “Our ability to overcome obstacles will help us improve our quality of life.” 
 The Spartan Strong class is broken into five phases: Readiness, stamina, accountability, tenacity, and resilience. 
The first part is more like a warm up. The second part involves 12 minutes of alternating strength and cardiovascular strength while keeping heart at normal level. The third part involves exercises by lifting sandbags. “We toss the pancake back and forth or form a line of people where we move the sandbag from one end of the line to the other doing Russian twists,” he says.

 “We also play mind games in the accountability phase to help you to be alert and ready to respond.” The fourth part consists of High Intensity Interval Training followed by resilience and dynamic cool down. “The class is good for those who are already connected to the Spartan brand, but you don’t have to be a Spartan racer to do the class. “Our goal is to inspire people to move more and maybe that will inspire them to do a race.”

7) Recovery Classes

Many gyms offer meditation and restoration for body after working out so hard. Equinox offers a menu of regeneration classes that focus on self-massage, controlled breathing techniques, stretching, and flexibility while other gyms such as Hackensack University Medical Center Fitness and Wellness offer classes dedicated to meditation. “Our minds are like a snow globe shaken up—we need to take a moment and be still, let the snow sink to the bottom, and then we will be able to see clearly.”

8) Social Running Groups

Running remains one of the most popular and practiced way of staying fit and healthy. Running doesn’t require any gym membership or supervision by coach however running n a group adds a social aspect to it and regularity. “During shorter runs, having teammates assist with pacing is beneficial, while for longer runs it allows you to keep each other company.” 

“Adding a social element encourages a strong bond between teammates, and we know team support can be incredibly motivating—when you have a friend pushing you to work harder, you can achieve more.”

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