The Evolution of Fitness

Every year brings the latest in technology to every facet of life, including the fitness industry, which has now expanded to include gadgets and programs specifically created to revitalize the way you stay fit.

 Wearable Tech

Smartwatches, fitness apps and trackers are all the rage now and will continue to grow as more companies persuade everyone to get connected to stay healthy. GPS route tracking for distance, medical heart rate readings, step counters and more will dominate the fitness landscape for the foreseeable future.

 Body Weight Training

 No equipment?

No problem.

No equipment workouts are gaining in popularity as more people gravitate towards the more primal aspects of physical fitness from practices used in the east for centuries. They are easy to learn, require no training, and can be done anywhere. Pushups, pilates, pullups, lunges, planks, and more are the cornerstones to maintaining a fit body using only body weight as resistance.


High-Intensity Interval Training, or HIIT workout burns calories quick with short bursts of highly effective movements that shock the body into peak fitness. Several methods of fitness incorporate HIIT, including pilates, Crossfit, and many boot camp classes. Many companies are also utilizing the method, with a guided workout available at 20 to 30 minutes per routine.

Author: devrandhawahealth

Dev Randhawa is a US-born health blogger who got his start while studying nursing in college. There, he discovered how important a healthy diet is to a healthy lifestyle. He observed firsthand how dietary changes could completely reverse a patient’s diagnosis for the better, and decided to blog about the way that food interacts with our bodies. His early gigs in blogging involved top lists of healthy foods and exercise routines. Today, Dev is a nursing assistant at his local hospital, and he blogs about how diet can affect some of the most serious afflictions on the planet. If you want to learn how your home cooking can help digestion, improve weight loss and affect your entire life, follow Dev Randhawa to learn more about how food impacts your life.

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