“We don’t grow when things are easy, we grow when we face challenges.”
YEAR AFTER YEAR, a new trend marks its footprints in the fitness world. Some get discarded about being vague and not helpful and only the ones that gain enough traction stay in the fitness field deemed fit to be true trends. As we make our way to the second half of 2017, what are the hot trends that have people going gaga over?
Here’s us bringing you the latest fitness fads of 2017. It’s about time to reboot your stale workouts with these, or at least give it a thought:
- Beer Yoga:
Yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like. It’s a workout that combines the two old traditions of yoga and brewing. The workout consists of actually sipping a bottle of beer while doing yoga at the same time. Pretty rad we say!
- Aqua Zumba
It’s been sometime people are following it, but it’s gained massive popularity quite recently. Aqua Zumba is said to one pool party you shouldn’t miss. It’s taken the winning combination of Latin and international pop-beats for high-intensity dance exercise and integrated into a water-based workout regime.
- Battle Ropes
Ropes ain’t nothing new or are battles, but integrating it into the workout sessions is the latest hot thing. Or blame the Kardashians for making it this popular, but we have heard people gushing about how it’s seriously satisfying. Battle ropes are a high-intensity full body workout that focuses on core strength and stability. The speed you workout with, ups your heart rate and burns fat in the process. So, next time you hit the gym, try out this fitness fad and sweat yourself to a leaner and more fit self!
- Resistance Bands
It’s been around the market sometime too, and with the everyone from the B-town to cricketers posting videos working out with it, it’s become a must try thing. There are a lot of exercises that can be combined with resistance bands, but the reason people love it so much is that of the quicker results without all the fuss of lifting weights to witness the inches melt away.
High-Intensity Interval Training – to work out with very high intensity in a short span of time. It means you’ll burn more calories in a 20-30 minute workout session than in a longer session. It’s a boon for the generation of today who does not have time to spend long hours in the gym.