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FITNESS TREND PREDICTIONS FOR 2019

FITNESS TREND PREDICTIONS FOR 2019

Who doesn’t love a new fitness idea? 2018 has seen the rise of cross-fit, trampolining classes and even stair climbing as new workouts. What could happen next?

Here are 4 predictions for new fitness trends for next year:

REMOTE GROUP FITNESS

Not everyone can get to a fitness class. There may be kids to babysit, transport difficulties or simply not wanting to do any more travelling than is necessary. Fitness videos are all very well, but there’s nothing like live interaction to motivate. That’s where ‘remote fitness’ comes in.

Each user does the workout on their own equipment in their own house, interacting with a live instructor over the internet.  Spin classes are already very popular in this set up. Expect 2019 to add other pieces of equipment such as rowers and treadmills.

MULTIPURPOSE FITNESS EQUIPMENT

A home gym is a great idea, but very few of us have the space for the range of equipment available in a commercial gym. We need a piece of kit that will cover a full workout spectrum and still fit into a small space. Growing demand and improvements in materials mean that multi-gyms are becoming more affordable. 

FITNESS APPS

Anyone who is anyone has an app, and fitness professionals are no exception. As well as booking your class, workout or swim through hussle.com, expect apps to allow you to organise all the extras. Everything from a personal trainer to a post-workout healthy meal will be there with a few taps on your phone.

NEW CLASSES

There’s always a new take on exercise classes. Look out for death metal yoga to get rid of stress without strain. There are playground games workouts with hopscotch, skipping and more. There are new takes on HIIT and LISS - something for everyone.

ROWING TO FITNESS

The dedicated, luxurious, super glam rowing studio is next in line following 2018’s obsession with spinning. Outside the UK, New York’s CITYROW, and Sydney’s Club Row, have led the way, and now Britain sees the opening of the Engine Room, a dedicated rowing studio from personal trainer Chris Heron, and Olympic rower Matt Tarrant.

Whatever else happens in the year to come, there’s no excuse to be bored with your fitness options.

 

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Jessica Ambrose

Jessica is a fitness writer who loves long distance running, yoga, strength training and healthy eating.

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