If you are anything like me, you need to change up your fitness routine every now and then. If you are having a hard time sticking to your fitness resolution, then you definitely need to find the motivation to workout. A fun way to change up your fitness routine is by trying one of the top fitness trends in LA for 2020, whether you workout at home or the gym. Los Angeles sets fitness and wellness trends. The Top 5 Fitness Trends in LA for 2020 are about low impact workouts that are easier on your joints and recovery according to Genevieve Farrell, the Fitness & Wellness Director at Popsugar.
Top 5 Fitness Trends in LA for 2020
01. Stacked Workouts
Stacked workouts are exercises you do back-to-back in a little circuit, then you take a break at the end of the circuit before repeating it. It’s basically circuit training at a faster pace. This HIIT workout tops the 2020 fitness trends since it elevates your heart rate and kicks your metabolism in gear. You can find this type of workout at BUNDA and Burn 60.
02. The Rise of Rowing Classes
The Rowing Machines at the gym were in a corner in the back of the studio but now they are front and center. Rowing classes are one of the 2020 Fitness Trends in LA. You can find these classes at WeHo’s Health House and LIT Method.
03. Recovery Studios
04. Cardio Dance is Back
Cardio dance is back but stronger. The new cardio dance classes combine dance moves and muscle conditioning exercises. So it’s cardio plus toning. I loved Zumba but it got old after a few years. But now, there’s Strong by Zumba (Zumba + body weight, muscle conditioning, and plyometric training)! You can find these classes online or at the dance studios across Los Angeles. Also, there’s 305 Fitness that just pop up in Los Angeles.
05. Yin Yoga Meditation
Yin Yoga Meditation is a meditative yoga. Intentions are set at the beginning of class. Yoga poses are prolonged and each pose acts as a mini-meditation. It stretches the body and unleashes free flow of energy through the deep connective tissue, refocusing and rejuvenating the body. It increases circulation in the joints and improves flexibility. You can find Yin Yoga Meditation at Hyperslow or YogaWorks. Also, there are great meditation apps.
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