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Fitness Trends to Look Out for in 2023

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This guest post was written by Andre Araujo, Junior Marketing Analyst with Train Fitness.

It’s a new year, which means there are bound to be new fitness trends. But what can we expect in 2023? Here are a few possibilities.

2023 Fitness Trends To Keep An Eye On

1. Increasing popularity of home workouts. 

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Thanks to the pandemic, millions of people have turned to working out at home as their go-to exercise. And it looks like this trend is here to stay.

In 2023, we can expect to see an increase in the popularity of home workouts as people continue to feel more comfortable working out in their own space. 

2. Rise of boutique fitness studios. 

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While big gyms may be struggling right now, boutique fitness studios are thriving. Thanks to their small class sizes and personalized approach, these studios have weathered the storm better than their larger counterparts.

In 2023, we can expect to see more boutique studios popping up nationwide. 

3. Growth of virtual fitness classes. 

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Virtual fitness classes have been around for a while, but they took off in 2020 thanks to the pandemic. And it looks like this trend is here to stay.

In 2023, we can expect more people to take advantage of virtual fitness classes, as they offer a convenient and affordable way to work out from home. 

4. More people focusing on mental health. 

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The pandemic has taken a toll on everyone’s mental health, and it’s clear that we need to focus on our well-being more than ever before.

In 2023, we can expect to see more people focusing on their mental health and taking steps to improve their well-being. This could include anything from meditation and yoga to therapy and self-care routines. 

5. Increased interest in plant-based diets. 

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Plant-based diets have been gaining popularity over the past few years, and this trend will only continue in 2023.

As people become more aware of the benefits of eating plants, they’ll be more likely to incorporate them into their diet—cutting out meat altogether or simply eating less. 

6. Greater focus on environmental sustainability.

With climate change continuing to be a major issue, it’s no surprise that sustainability is becoming increasingly important to people—especially regarding their diet and exercise habits.

In 2023, we can expect more people to focus on environmental sustainability and make good choices for their health and the planet.

7. Wearable Technology

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Wearable technology, such as fitness trackers and smartwatches, is nothing new.

But the next generation of wearable tech will be even more advanced, with features like heart rate monitors, GPS tracking, and even blood sugar monitors.

This type of technology will not only help you track your progress and set goals, but it will also give you valuable insights into your health.

Check out this article to see what apps we recommend for strength training.

8. Virtual Reality Workouts

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Virtual reality workouts are becoming more popular as technology advances.

With a VR headset, you can transport yourself to any location and participate in various activities, from rock climbing to racing. You can even turn your living room into a dance club or yoga studio!

VR workouts are a great way to add variety to your routine and stay motivated.

9. Tabata Training

Tabata is a type of HIIT (high-intensity interval training) that alternates between 20 seconds of all-out effort and 10 seconds of rest. This cardio style is great for people who are short on time but want to make the most of their workout.

A typical Tabata session only takes 4 minutes, but don’t let the short duration fool you – it’s a challenging workout!

Fitness Trends Final Thoughts

These are just a few fitness trends we can expect to see in 2023! So, if you’re looking for ways to mix up your workout routine or eat healthier, keep an eye out for these trends—you might just find something you love!

If you want to look at some trending challenges to try in 2023, check out this article for some inspiration.

About The Author:
Andre Araujo is a Junior Marketing Analyst with Train Fitness, an apple watch fitness app that automatically tracks your reps and detects your exercise with the power of an AI algorithm created by the team. Check out the app HERE.


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