What’s Hot In Health and Fitness For 2013

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The new year is well under way and health goals are at the top of the list.  If your health and fitness are your top priority for 2013, then this guide will serve as the perfect reference for the hottest fitness trends in 2013.  Throw out your old workout routine, diets and gizmos and incorporate the latest in fitness, nutrition and health tips for the best you, ever!

HIIT Training or High Intensity Interval Training

We have all used the excuse of being time-poor at some point, but this is a terrible excuse when health and fitness is concerned. The thought of heading to the gym on top of an eight, ten or even twelve-hour work day seems impossible and inconvenient.  However a number of gyms and home workout programs are catering to this demand.  Gym’s are promoting shorter classes, focusing on achievable results in 30 minutes with the use of HIIT (high intensity interval training).  Although the concept sounds new, it’s actually been in practice for years and only requires the individual and a good, motivated attitude.  So forego the gym, and head home for one of Workout Anywhere by RundleFit’s new weekly workouts that uses the fat burning principles of HIIT from the convenience of your own home.

We have all heard of P90X, Insanity and other home workout programs, however none are as effective in as short of an amount of time as Workout Anywhere by RundleFit.  Their concept takes the principles of HIIT, popular home workout programs, CrossFit, boot camps and years of their own blend of training for an all-inclusive, totally variable program for the beginner to the most advanced athlete.  Basically, the health and fitness revolution!  Other programs have struggled with making their program truly scalable for all ability levels.  With the all-inclusive atmosphere, users receive new weekly workouts (every week), whole food meal plans, clean recipes, actual user to trainer Q and A and support and weekly challenges for $9.95/month.  Even better, there is a free trial to test Workout Anywhere by RundleFit out.  What do you have to lose, but some unwanted weight in 15 to 30 minutes (depends on which NEW workout you receive) and with primarily body weight, plyometric and core exercises?  Getting fit with RundleFit is sure to be this year’s hottest fitness trend.

Do you Juice?

The trend of Juicing is on the rise and is sure to be bigger then ever in 2013.  After documentaries like “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead,” and “Forks Over Knives,” people are giving into more whole food, raw, organic alternatives to get their health and fitness in check.  Juice bars provide a quick and easy, health conscientious treat.  Almost all of the major health-trend predictors are anticipating the rise of the juice bar this year.  This was once seen as the preserve of time-poor New Yorker’s, and health-nut Californians, but is now expected to become a modern trend.  Not only for convenience, but primarily for the incredible health benefits of antioxidants and phytonutrients from raw, whole food juice.

Self-Monitoring Self-Starters

Products like the Nike FuelBand, Swimtag and LarkLife are on the rise from the “oxygenkinetics” (movement of your wrist) as a self-monitoring for health and fitness.  With the aid of these bands, one can keep track of calories ingested and burned, how much you move, and how well you sleep.  Some of these items are even compatible with the Ipone and other apps to provide a truly scientific approach to fitness and nutrition.  Whether it’s keeping track of your laps, steps or igniting calories, these products can keep one on pace for their New Year’s Resolutions.

About The Author

Coach Jessica

Jessica & Justin Rundle are Spokane natives and the founders of Workout Anywhere (a Northwest fitness training app for busy parents, by busy parents). In addition, the two are the official strength & conditioning coaches for Mt. Spokane High School. To Learn more about Jessica and Justin Rundle, click here: Meet Team RundleFit.

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