- Wearable technology
- Group Training
- High Intensity Interval Training
- Fitness Programs for Older Adults
- Body Weight Training
1. Wearable Technology continued in a top position in 2019. Heart rate monitors and apparel have been designed to track important training statistics such as activity trackers, smart watches, heart rate monitors, GPS locators, smart glasses, smart textiles, and interactive textiles. One of the latest offers is the world's smart belt that looks like a regular leather belt, but with technology to help you monitor your health. This belt communicates with a paired smartphone and provides information about your current waist size, the number of your daily steps, how many large meals you have eaten, etc. Check these other wearable items.
2. Group training includes courses led by instructors to motivate participants and lead them to their best fitness goals. It will continue to be a leader in 201
. 3 HIIT continues to maintain a top position and is defined as a practice session consisting of a warm-up phase, multiple repetitions of a high-intensity exercise separated by mid-intensity recovery to recover, then a cool-down phase. High intensity training should be done at or near maximum heart rate. The mean load should be about 50%. The number of repetitions and their length depends on the exercise. Interval training is known to prolong fat burning metabolism hours after the session is over. Eric Salvador, NASM, NSCA, chief instructor at the Fhitting Room in New York City, states that "this afterburning effect is referred to as excessive post-workout oxygen consumption (EPOC) and that the reason is that intense exercise can burn more calories than fat normal aerobic and steady-state workouts. "Orange Theory and TABATA are versions of HIIT and their popularity continues to grow.
. 4 Elderly fitness programs occupy number four, reflecting workouts geared to the fitness needs of baby boomers and older generations. People live longer, work longer and stay healthy and active longer. Exercise programs include brand training such as SilverSneakers and Zumba Gold. In conjunction with the growth of wearable technology, counting also helps older people increase their fitness activity.
. 5 Bodyweight training has established itself at number five on the list and focuses on using one's own body weight as a resistance tool against various modalities. The Total Gym is a leader in this category and uses its own body weight as resistance to perform muscle building and muscle building exercises against gravity fluctuations.
. 6 Yoga is still a dominant class favorite in 2018, in keeping with society's continuing need for body awareness. In addition to the traditional offerings of Bikram Yoga, Iyengar Yoga and Ashtanga, new yoga formats have heightened interest, including goat yoga for pet lovers and beer yoga, even for beer lovers. This also reflects the growth of older people who find gentler ways to stay fit.
Another trend for 2019 is home training. Full-body workouts on the Total Gym and tutor-led courses on the peloton bike or treadmill allow workers to be trained if they miss the gym. Video and interactive classes offer well-rounded workouts with low-cost devices such as weights and resistance bands. It has been found that the search for resistance on Pinterest increased 1913% in the last year. Bands are the versatile, universal accessory for individual resistance training – from mobility work and pull-up support to squat and bench press.
Another growing trend is to consciously assume ownership. Optimizing sleep, doing mindful movements, or taking slow, deep breaths are ways in which people take better care of themselves. The trend is to value, prioritize, maximize, and optimize our well-being. This trend also includes a restorative exercise. Maggie Winzeler, wellness trainer, sports physiologist and fitness expert, writes: "Now there is a growing wave of interest for relaxing experiences: float therapy (with sensory withdrawal when immersed in a capsule), cryotherapy (eg cold therapy in soft tissue diseases) grounding (a form of Connection with nature) and relaxing yoga / stretching.
The concept of self-help is also a trend of "nutrition" for 2019 as more and more people pay attention to careful eating to reduce weight; Basically you eat when you are hungry, stop when you are full. It is always about informing yourself completely about your hunger and satiated states. CBS Health Watch has found that this trend is away from diets such as keto, paleo and intermittent fasting, may have limitations on what we eat, and when and for these reasons, it can be difficult to sustain.
Another trend to watch out for is diets that are rooted in health, environmental, and ethical concerns that cause people to consume less animal protein. Restaurants offer more meatless options and move beyond vegetarian burgers to dishes with legumes, avocados, turnips, kale, and other vegetables.
Personal training apps like Aaptiv, an audio-based fitness app that plans structured workouts with trainers, will enable busy people to start their training if they can not make it to the gym. Similar apps include Fitbit Coach and AloMoves for Yoga.
In 2019 we give ourselves permission to take care of ourselves and to experience the journey.