It’s time to start focusing on your New Year’s goals. One frequently cited motive is an increased focus on fitness and wellness each year. Not only wellness trends have changed over the past few years, but also the focus is on specific kinds of exercises and investing in a particular gym membership.
These days, we are preoccupied with our busy lives and it may be difficult to replace new sports and practices with the current ones, but since fitness play a significant role in our life, we are here to share more information about the best trends this year:
1. Personal Training
Our lives have been interconnected with technology. We can almost manage all our daily affairs with our smartphones. In addition, the Coronavirus pandemic added to this issue since for most of the year 2020 and 2021, we were obliged to stay away from crowded places like gyms. As a result, many people have turned to personal trainers who train customers in small groups or one-on-one. We would like to take advantage of this opportunity and introduce, Tanfit app, a new personal training app that allows customers to find and book their desired personal trainers anywhere and anytime.
In addition, across the world, some personal trainers announced new methods that should be paid attention to in 2023. Kevin Richardson, a personal trainer based in New York, a muscle-building technique known as Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) training is going to become all the craze in 2023.
Alex Folacci, another certified personal trainer who has coached everyone from A-list celebrities to royal family members, as well as a two-time national champion of France in the decathlon, told DailyMail.com that he expected to see a rise in people focusing on longevity and long-term fitness rather than exercises that give them short-term results - something he's seen his own clients being more interested in recently.
One workout coach says he thinks an odd muscle-building method that causes restriction in the blood flow by using a tourniquet will be the biggest trend in 2023, while another explained cold plunges will likely spike in popularity next year.
2. Mental wellness
Since the pandemic took the world by storm in 2020, many people have started to prioritize their mental well-being by learning stress-management tactics, going to therapy, practicing yoga, engaging in mindfulness, and more. Evidence suggests there are 6 steps you can take to improve your mental health and wellbeing:
- Connect with other people
- Be physically active
- Learn a new skil
- Be giving towards other people (giving and kindness)
- Pay attention to the present moment (mindfulness)
- Sleep-related wellness
What are your favorite fitness trends?