With the New Year closing in, new seminars and events are regularly held to enlighten people with the new findings in the world of fitness. Firstly, it has to understand that fitness is not synonymous to a ripped body with six packs and bulging biceps. It means having a healthy body, which results in a healthy mind.
Fitness experts are now pushing people to reduce their gym time and choose other exercises that are natural. A survey concluded that running for half hour in a park is better than running for half an hour on a treadmill. It is important to lift heavy weights for muscles to stay fit; however, depending solely on a gym is a strictly no-no.
Functional training is the new trend. A lot of athletes, including Greg Plitt are big advocates of functional training, which works on every part of your body and is a complete workout. Additionally, people will have to take care of their diet too and maintain healthy weight for a healthy life. It is vital for people to keep a balance.
Classical methods, such as kettle bell are now out. However, yoga is one thing that found great success in 2012 and is expected to find more appreciation in 2013. It is an easy and beautiful way of staying fit, and relaxes you as well, much better than online casino games which many housewives turned to! Seems like there’s a bad habit developing, as a recent study reveals that online casinos got every 5th housewife in their ban with their bonus offers…
Getting back to the poaint, it is also expected that more people will move towards personal trainers using new tricks, such as Zumba. These new fitness tricks are going to be in fashion in 2013 and we’ll hopefully see a fitter world.