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These days, the new thing in fitness seems to pop up faster. The more workout options you have, the better those options are, the lesser the chance you’ll burn out from boredom. Bodyweight exercises are moves that use only your body’s weight as resistance, such as push-ups and lunges — no equipment needed. They’re a staple in many high-intensity circuit training (HICT) workouts.
With more upcoming trends of 2017 more people are engaging in the fitness industry. Different people go for different ways to remain fit. It may be through gyms, aerobic classes, without gym exercises, consulting a dietician & much more to go.

 

Following are the several ways to keep your body fit& healthy:-

 

LATEST SMART Equipment & DEVICES
Fitness trackers and smartwatches have been hot holiday gifts for the last few years, and the ACSM says that trend won't be going anywhere in 2017—and in fact, it will only get bigger. Recent updates from brands like Garmin, Apple, and Fitbit have sent the trend to number one for the upcoming year. Today’s wearable’s track distance, and also provide heart rate readings, GPS route tracking, move reminders, and so much more.

 

EXERCISE IS MEDICINE
Regular exercise lowers your risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer, dementia, and other chronic diseases, and serves as a powerful stress-reducer and mood-booster. Using exercise as a preventive health tool is perhaps more important than ever.  

 

GOING LOW-CARB AND ZERO-CARB DIET

Today’s era is of getting advice from experts & Nutritionist. To Eat Right 24x7 says that though it has been there for a while, this trend of going Low-carb and/or a Zero-carb diet continues since carbohydrates have earned a bad reputation. A zero carb Diet is a low-carb, high fat and a medium protein diet, which forces the body to get into a state of ketosis, which means that your body starts utilizing the ketone bodies produced from the fat as the main source of energy instead of the glucose/glycogen which drops due to low carbohydrate levels.

 

CLEAN EATING

The past few years have witnessed the rise of ‘clean eating’ and it has become a buzz word on social media. The web is flooded with images of delicious healthy, low-cal, protein-rich, organic foods and articles praising its numerous health benefits. Clean eating is about eating fresh, organic, unprocessed or minimally processed foods, like the concept of eating from farm to the table.