Is the end of the year coming and has the promise phase started next year, is eating better and exercising on your list? Check out the biggest fitness trends for 2020 and find your favorite!
Ultra short workouts
If you're into HIIT training, what's new is that the trend for 2020 is micro-hiit. More intense and faster than we know, which has an average of 20 minutes. Its new version provides quick workouts of 2 to 3 minutes during the day, which makes it even easier to fit into busy routines.
According to Pamela Peeke, assistant professor of medicine at the University of Maryland, the benefit of this modality is that “the healthy stress your body experiences during HIIT triggers autophagy, which frees your body of cellular debris and stimulates stem cell production, the main regenerative cells in the body. The more stem cells you have, the better you will be able to induce super autophagy - it's a cycle. ”
Workout at home
Many people are too lazy or even ashamed to go to a gym, but the good news is that more and more companies are specializing in fitness equipment you can have at home! New York brand Peloton, for example, is changing the world with its bikes and treadmills for those who want to take their training home to another level. We also talk about the Mirror, smart mirror with personal to train in the room itself.
Another option for those who don't want to invest so much is apps like the Nike Training Club, which offers you a different training levels, muscle groups and workouts, so you can keep moving!
You are very likely to know someone who takes all sorts of possible supplements and vitamins, perhaps without even really understanding their effect on the body. The trend of 2020 is 100% personalized supplementation, thinking about their needs. Companies like Bioniq perform a blood test to track things like metabolism, hormones, and liver function to find the right vitamins for the patient.