Top 6 Fitness Trends of 2016

Proactive wellness, proper nutrition and body fitness has jumped up leaps and bounds on people’s priority list. Though, fitness centers all over the world have welcomed this change by introducing new and snappy trends to make your fitness regime all the more fun and easy to follow on a regular basis. Following is a list of the trends we feel you must incorporate to make your fitness goals for 2016 that much more challenging and interesting.


A Brazilian martial art that brings in elements of acrobatics, dance and music, capoeira is often referred to as a form of ‘non-violent’ combat. It involves a set of quick and complex moves that test your agility, speed and power among a wide variety of other kicks, spins and mobile techniques.

2. Team-based workouts

A group workout that builds muscle, burns calories, and helps you bond with teammates to empower your performance as a team. These workouts rely on the sense of camaraderie, excitement, and accomplishment of teamwork to motivate clients, make fitness fun, and produce results.

3. Animal Flow

Test your primal instincts with this intense, yet immensely fun, group workout that requires you to carry out numerous body-weight shifts to get into various kinds of animal postures. Bringing together parkour, gymnastics, acrobatics and break-dancing, Animal Flow engages various muscles of your body at once.

4. Underwater Yoga

Quite as beautiful as it looks, this form of Yoga takes your power of meditation underwater, testing your patience as one is required to hold their breath and channelise their energy in the right manner for such a practise to bear fruit. Practised in clean water pools, Underwater Yoga is one that has to be experienced.

5. Surfset

Surfset basically involves placing a surfboard on stabilizer balls to give participants an intense core workout that fuses pilates, plyometrics, and yoga. The challenge is to keep your balance on the surfboard, while at the same time, performing already intense pilates and yoga poses. This helps to strengthen every muscle in your body along with enhancing your concentration and balance.

6. Ropes Gone Wild

Waving a rope up and down sounds simple until you try doing so with some signature weighted ropes.
Ropes Gone Wild relies on the “art of undulation,” or creating a wave-like pattern in the rope with your body. You’ll work every muscle, especially your core, while reaping cardiovascular benefits, improving coordination, and increasing metabolic endurance. Plus, this highly effective workout is low impact, so it’s safe for anyone from newbies and injured athletes to decided gym-goers.

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