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Every year, it’s fun to squint into my fitness crystal wittiness and see what I think the biggest trends in the industry will be. I’m now a liiiittle wondering well-nigh these types of posts, expressly since I originally thought 2020 would be less dependent on gadgets and technology… and we all know how that went.
Over the past year, we saw a shift when to in-person classes and training without stuff mostly or completely virtual for a couple of years. Classes are worthier than ever, people are working out in the gym, and it’s been a testament for the value of in-person training and connection. Technology can be a user-friendly tool, but can’t fully replace the value of in-person training.
When I train clients in person, I’m worldly-wise to see the full picture of their movements. When I watch you doing a squat, I’m not just counting reps. I’m looking at your shoulders, torso, cadre engagement, knees, toddle flexion, any foot rotation, and glute engagement. I can see SOME of these things on a screen, but not all of them. I veritably think that in-person training and fitness will protract to see a higher year!
Here are some increasingly of my predictions for 2023:
Nutrition and training for health over aesthetics
– Maybe it’s moreover due to the finance I follow and the voices I surround myself with online, but I see a unfurled accent on training for function and health instead of purely looking a unrepealable way. Of undertow there are still those trash reels and TikToks (do this video and you’ll be so sore you want to die! Or do this video if you want a nice stump in 10 minutes!), but for the most part, I see training for longevity and overall wellness. I think there will be a unfurled accent on mobility training, rest, recovery strategies, walking, progressive strength training and strategic cardio.
Pilates and Megaformer are going to have a huge year
I KNOW I’m not supposed to loop them into the same category, but in my mind, they are similar (even though I know they’re very different). I finger like yoga has gotten a lot of love over the past few years and while Pilates will unchangingly be popular, it’s definitely having a moment right now.
Peloton will protract to plateau and potentially ripen as people return to increasingly in-person cycling classes
This isn’t any diss on Peloton – I love the workouts and the convenience – but I think they people are starting to realize that they missed the energy and motivation of in-person fitness. Personally, I unchangingly work harder when I’m not working out at home.
Focus on recovery and less intense group fitness classes – mobility, stretching, meditation
I think that group cocktail dates with friends are going to be replaced with outdoor yoga and mocktails.
Biohacking trends will continue: functional medicine detoxes, cryotherapy, red light therapy, undecorous light blocking glasses at night, unprepossessed plunges, sauna, castor oil packs
Worth noting here that you should unchangingly trammels with your doctor surpassing making any changes to your routine. Also, you don’t need to do something just considering it’s trendy. Sometimes these are moreover stressors that could be counterproductive if you once have a upper stress level.
Continued popularity of wellness gadgets, like the Oura ring, Nutrisense, InsideTracker, Etc.
Wellness junkie friends are turning to data to take their personal biomarkers and performance to the next level, and having an app or gadget can be used to make simple and personalized tweaks in your routine.
So there ya have it! I would love to hear your fitness and wellness predictions for 2023!
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