We are half way through April now and there is nearly 30% of people who would have been able to succeed their New Year’s resolutions. Take a look at some ways you can get back on track!
Several fitness centers have been incorporating half-hour classes which have become more appealing to the younger demogrpahics. But according to Jordan Metzel, a sports medicine physician at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, the best way to stick with a workout is to fiind a place where you feel you belong.
MindBody created a survey where nearly 60% of fitness enthusiasts said working out with a friend or partner helps them stay motivated! Some of the most popular fitness boutiques are as follow:
You won’t run into the problem of having the same routine twice as Training Mate offers more than 4,000 workouts! The most populrar class among their three Los Angeles locations include the Sydney Circuit, a 45-minute all-body workout that focuses on three stations (rowing machines, resistance bands, bikes) with three exercises each, for 45 seconds on and 15 seconds of rest in between. Training Mate is set to open locations in New York and San Francisco by the end of the year!
Founded by fitness guru Steve Uria in Cape Town, Switch Playground follows the high-intensity interval training method, with one instructor upfront leading the class and 4 to 10 trainers on the floor teaching others. Switch Playground’s class includes 20 challenges in the 60-minute workout.
Or if you are looking for a high-impact workout, then try the Precision Run at Equinox. It is one of the most popular workout at Equinox fitness clubs nationwide. So popular in fact, its more than 500 weekly sessions are always booked. Precision Run has become such a sensation that the company’s Santa Monica and Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, locations began developing their own specialized rooms for the class.
So whether you have fallen off track or have stuck to your New Year’s fitness goals, it’s never too late to try a new fitness class to keep you inspired!