Top Trending Fitness Routines in 2015

By healthmultiplex, April 9, 2015

The fitness bug has certainly spread its virus as people have become all the more health conscious in 2015! Even if they don’t have time for the gym, they are looking up videos online and indulging in self-training to keep fit and live a healthy life.

Fitness trends are making waves everywhere – here are some of the well-known ones in 2015:

Bodyweight training

This fitness trend is perfect for those who can’t invest in costly equipment and don’t have the time to hit the gym every day. This training can be done anywhere as it consists of planks, pushups, and squats, which take little time but are well worth the effort in giving you a fit body.


High Intensity Interval Training or HIIT involves alternating exercises between short and intense activity bursts, and following them up with the same movement at a low intensity or rest periods. It takes just 30 minutes and 3 to 4 sessions per week is sufficient.

Circuit training

This type of training is a combination of resistance and high-intensity aerobic training. Several moves are executed within a short span of time in order to get the desired outcome – it lasts for about 20 minutes, and is extremely convenient. You need to be at the top of your game as the exercises blend into one another very fast while the rest periods are short. It has a myriad of benefits such as improving endurance, muscle definition, strength, and cardiovascular fitness.

Nutrition education programs

Whatever you eat and drink is hugely responsible for your health. If you let loose and eat unwholesome foods all the time, it will take a toll on the overall fitness and health. These programs help to structure a diet plan and manage nutrition so you don’t miss out on proper nourishment or your quality of life is adversely affected in any way.


This fitness regimen targets both mental and physical health by implementing body movements, meditation techniques, breathing exercises, etc. – the goal is to make sure you feel refreshed and reenergized at the end of a session. Yoga improves flexibility, provides a sense of tranquility, and help to relax under the most stressful conditions.

Personal training

Some people want to work on their fitness exclusively as one workout regimen might not fit all, and personal trainers can help to tailor the exercises to make sure they are aligned with your end goals. On the other hand, you can turn this into an activity with friends by creating a personal training group – you save money, have great workout buddies, and the body gets at least an hour of solid exercising.

 What is your choice going to be? Get ready to jump on the bandwagon!


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