Start the year off right with these 2023 new fitness trends
If you’ve been looking around the corners of the world wide web for the 2023 new fitness trends, well look no further. The next year has rolled in and we’ve got a handful of the best 2023 new fitness trends to share. Let’s get to it.
There was a spike of new gym memberships in 2022 and no doubt will that continue into 2023. We’d be surprised if that number lowers, as fresh new faces are appearing at local gyms everywhere. Don’t believe us? Visit your local gym and ask around, we’re sure business is booming.
If going to a gym isn’t for you, that’s totally okay. At-home workouts will still be trending in 2023 as the pandemic lingers around. Online workout classes have discovered new ways of providing a digital gateway to exercise. There’s no slowing down this ship as it can only get broader and more streamlined as technology advances.
Aside from workout locations, the types of exercises that we expect to boom in 2023 are short burst, high efficiency workouts. Not everyone has the time to spend one to two hours working out each day, so from High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) to one minute vigorous exercises, these will be the 2023 new fitness trends to expect.
Last but not least, holistic training tops off our trendy workout list for the new year. The past three years have definitely been rough, and people really need to relax and chill out. Aside from the physical aspect of fitness, many people will be in search of their inner body health in 2023. Aiding mental health with meditation will grow even more popular, and it’s one of our favorite 2023 new fitness trends to partake in.
We hope you can stick to your new year’s resolutions, and maybe even add one of these options to your annual goals. Cheers!