Trying out some of the latest fitness trends can help you get in shape for good and make exercise a healthy habit you’ll never give up.
Deep down, we know that exercise is good for us and that we need it not only to lose weight but also to be in good shape, to have enough strength, endurance, and muscle mass, which will help us age in the best way possible.
The thing about exercise is that there are so many ways to do it and new things come out all the time, so it’s easy to get lost in the options or feel too overwhelmed to choose. The good news is that science helps you choose.
According to a new study done by PureGym, a site that focuses on exercise and fitness, by looking at more than 120 exercise trends, they were able to find 5 that will be popular in 2023 and can help people reach their goals and get good results.
Fitness trends for 2023
5 most important according to a study
PureGym says that people’s interest in the 12-3-30 workout (in which people set their treadmills to a 12% incline and walk at a speed of 3 miles per hour for 30 minutes) has grown the most as we get closer to the new year. However, this is not the only trend that people are looking for.
3-12-30: This workout is done on a treadmill, and you walk at a max incline of 12 points for 30 minutes at a speed of 3 mph. The goal is to make your cardio more intense.
Crossfit: It is a training method that has been around for a long time. It involves doing weight and strength circuits with heavy objects, ropes, dumbbells, and even your own body weight to test your resistance and build up a lot of muscle.
Classes on Twerking: This point isn’t just about twerking; it’s also about dance classes. Classes are more likely to get you to work out, and working out with other people has many mental health benefits. Dancing, on the other hand, is a fun way to burn a lot of calories without feeling like you’re working out.
75 Soft: This is a 75-day fitness challenge in which people agree to eat well, not drink alcohol, work out for 45 minutes every day, and read 10 pages of a book every day to improve their health and brain power.
Hyrox: This exercise is set up like a competition. You run an 8-kilometer race that includes 8 different exercises. You start by running one kilometer, then do the exercise that goes with it, and then keep running.
Laura Eaton, a personal trainer at PureGym, said this about the 12-2-20 trend: “Walking is already a great cardio activity, but adding an incline makes the heart rate go up even more, which improves cardiovascular health and resistance.” This exercise is also much easier on the joints than running or jogging, making it a great choice for people of all ages and fitness levels. It’s also great for people who are nervous about going to the gym because they can walk out the door and right onto a treadmill, which gives them more confidence in the gym.
Pilates, yoga, hiking, and rock climbing are also among the top trends of the year. These exercises go beyond lifting weights and help people stay in shape even if they don’t like going to the gym.