Nothing gets fitness enthusiasts excited about a brand new year like new workouts and training methods do. And for those looking to finally get started on your yearly physical transformation goals.
1. Boogie Bounce Workout
the workout is done on a mini-trampoline, where you jump intensely. The mini-trampoline comes with a safety T-bar handle. The idea is to perform a range of core stability exercise to burn body fat, relieve stress, and reduce stress. The exercise causes very low stress on your joints and ligaments. Boogie bounce workout delivers a total body workout that can be done by anyone. So, put on the music and jump.
Rock climbing is a mighty tough form of workout even for hardcore fitness enthusiasts. However, living in the city, it ain’t easy finding a mountain to conquer. Nevertheless, this year, we can expect to see a rise in indoor climbing walls. Indoor wall climbing combines the benefits of cardio and strength training, increases the flexibility of the muscles and tones them, also working on the core and legs. Rock climbing has also been seen to bolster mental toughness, a crucial aspect in gaining all-around fitness.
Small group training
In the year that just went by, gyms and fitness centers started offering group classes in a big way. This year, expect gyms to offer training to small groups. The benefits of small group training include sustainability, affordability, higher motivation and sense of healthy competition and support among group members. And so, one is more likely to stick to a fitness routine.
Sportspersons Virat Kohli and Novak Djokovic swear by them. However, 2019 is the year when the average fitness enthusiast will really take to them. Strong elastic bands that have handles at each end, they work by providing resistance against the direction of your applied force. Using resistance bands benefits muscles as well as bones, something that is not possible when using weights. They are portable, extremely cheap, help in injury rehabilitation and prevention, and help build joint and knee strength.