2019 Fitness Trends + 4 Amazing End of Year Workouts

2019 fitness trends

The end of 2018 is here, as are tons of sweets, treats and reasons to celebrate. But instead of indulging, take this time of year to promise yourself a fresh start health-wise! There are no holidays for what our bodies need to stay healthy. The 150 minutes of vigorous exercise we need to be getting a week is a necessity every week – 52 weeks a year. Make your health a priority in the new year with 2019 fitness trends!

Physical activity 101 

Making a positive impact on our health includes making sure we get in our weekly workouts. This includes when we are less physically active in general such as when we’re on vacation or staying in because it’s chilly outside. 

Physical activity is crucial for our health. Exercise is medicine, and we can use it to treat and manage a variety of conditions. Not only does it help us maintain and improve our overall health but it also results in a lower risk of a range of illnesses and conditions, including: 

Additionally, people who make physical activity a consistent part of their everyday lives are more likely to maintain a healthy weight and composition. They are also less likely to experience fractures. For people with chronic pain, exercising on your own terms can help you manage the pain and reduce progression. 

2019 fitness trends

So, we’ve established that exercise is important for all seasons of the year. But what can we do to stay motivated? Here are 4 fitness trends for 2019 that you can begin even before your New Years’ resolutions kick in.

2019 fitness trend #1: short HIIT workouts

There is research that contradicts the 150 minutes of exercise a week guideline. The premise: that much time is not needed when we are able to workout at the right intensity for shorter periods. This is good news for those who feel that they are too busy to workout regularly for long periods of time. 

HIIT stands for high-intensity interval training. It is based on research that found that high-intensity workouts at a target heart rate level for shorter periods are just as effective as lower-intensity, longer workouts for a range of health measures like heart rate and metabolism. It’s quite popular within the fitness industry and is on trend to remain so in 2019. 

Check out this HIIT workout from BeFit when you have some down time this holiday season: 


Are you ready to make HIIT training a part of your workout routine? Check out the thousands of examples on YouTube and find one that works for you! 

2019 fitness trend #2: streaming workouts and workout apps

Worried about having time to get to the gym? Or has a poor experience in the gym environment turned you off? Now you can carry out a fitness-coach led workout from the comfort of your own home, thanks to streaming and wearable technology . 

You can subscribe to workout channels and apps, often at a fraction of the price of what you would pay monthly at the gym. If you have an Amazon Prime account, you can even stream workouts from there including workouts such as 8 minute abs, full body pilates and power yoga. Learn more about your options with Amazon Prime by clicking here.


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You can find hundreds of other online workout programs that are easy to follow from home. Some even include a fitness community where you can track your progress and share it on social media or on the app community.

Some fitness centers may offer personal training or group training via live streaming classes. Check to see if your local gym offers such options and take advantage of free trials or new year’s specials to end your year right.


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