Over-exercising can mess with everything from your muscles and joints to your menstrual and sleep cycles. Not to mention you could end up totally burnt out, seriously injured or frustratingly stalled in your weight loss efforts. Find A Form Of Fitness You Love We repeat: You don’t have to be a marathon runner! If there’s one surefire way to continue dreading exercise , it’s to force yourself to be active in a way that you don’t enjoy. If you hate running or swimming or barre class or yoga, stop doing it!
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The mind-blowing secret that keeps both fitness and junk food industries in business
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Tabata, indoor rowing and parkour are group fitness trends on the rise
RELATED: TRAMPOLINE WORKOUTS BOUNCE OFF POUNDS TRX for Kids: Another major fitness trend, TRX suspension training takes its hardcore functional workouts and adapts them for kids, with a focus on fun and motivation. Also, the Group Rip Power course for adults ramps up the energy, focusing on pulsing music and power moves for “an absolutely killer workout.” MMA Fitness Boot Camp: Mixed martial arts brings agility, strength, and endurance to your workouts, and this class combines “the chaos of combat in the cage” to a group training environment. Handschuh/News Parkour, or ‘free running,’ is moving from outdoor urban spaces to indoor gyms. Indo-Row: The rowing machine, often considered retro and dull, is making a comeback in the most surprising fashion: the group fitness class. Indo-Row lets you work in teams to work every muscle in your body — not just the upper body — which gets your heart pumping but without risks to your joints. What’s more, a 50-minute class can burn as much as 1,200 calories, about twice as many as spinning. RELATED: BOOT CAMP-STYLE FITNESS CLASSES AIM TO WHIP RESIDENTS INTO SHAPE PaddleFitness: Still building momentum this year are indoor classes that simulate surfing or paddleboarding workouts.
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