My exercise predictions for 2013:
This is a hardcore strength and conditioning programme used to train the armed forces and athletes. You can burn up to 15 calories a minute with this intense workout which involves timed challenges with squats, push-ups, gymnastic rings, intense runs and weightlifting.
2) ViPR: Whole-body movement
ViPR stands for “vitality, performance and reconditioning.” You use a one metre high rubber tube that comes in seven weights, from four to 20 kg in a range of movements.
3) Outdoor gyms
4) Suspension training
5) Rebound exercise
6) Kettlebell workout
Kettlebell exercises build strength and endurance, particularly in the lower back, legs, and shoulders and the basic movements engage the entire body at once. Kettlebell classes often involve large numbers of repetitions and you will really see the results.
7) Small group training
8) Tabata training
9) Fusion classes
Fusion classes will be perfect for you if you’re feeling frustrated with your usual exercise routine. Classes such as piloxing (pilates and boxing), water aerobics and aerial yoga sound hilarious. They will also help you to train and tone a wider range of muscles.