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❱❱ ,W·V EHHQ \HDUV VLQFH WKH $PHULFDQ &ROOHJH RI 6SRUWV Medicine be­gan dis­sem­i­nat­ing its an­nual “World­wide Sur­vey of Fit­ness Trends” to in­dus­try pro­fes­sion­als around the globe. )RU LWV LQVWDOOPHQW PRUH WKDQ KHDOWK DQG ÀWQHVV au­thor­i­ties eval­u­ated 40 dif­fer­ent “trends” (dis­tin­guished from VKRUW OLYHG ÀWQHVV ´IDGVΜ DQG VHOHFWHG WKRVH WKH\ IHOW ZHUH gain­ing, and main­tain­ing, the most trac­tion among ac­tive in­di­vid­u­als. Here are the 10 trends, ranked in or­der, that scored the high­est.

(OHFWURQLF JDGJHWU\ UDQNHG 1R ³ DQ LQGLFDWLRQ WKDW ÀWQHVV buffs want to train smart as well as hard. An­other no­table fact is that group train­ing ranked three spots ahead of per­sonal train­ing. Pos­si­ble ra­tio­nale here: Classes at com­mer­cial gyms as well as Cross­fit have made ex­er­cis­ing as a “com­mu­nity” more ap­peal­ing, not to men­tion more eco­nom­i­cal con­sid­er­ing per­sonal train­ing typ­i­cally costs $50+ an hour.

ACSM’S Top-10 Fit­ness Trends for 2017 1. Wear­able Tech­nol­ogy

2. Body­weight Train­ing 3. High-in­ten­sity In­ter­val Train­ing 4. Ed­u­cated and Ex­pe­ri­enced Fit­ness Pro­fes­sion­als 5. Strength Train­ing 6. Group Train­ing 7. Ex­er­cise Is Medicine 8. Yoga 9. Per­sonal Train­ing 10. Ex­er­cise and Weight Loss

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