Let’s take a look at what fitness trends moved to the front of the class this year.
Virtual Fitness: Over the past two years, we have seen a virtual fitness revolution thanks to companies like Peloton and apps, such as Daily Burn and Nike Training Club. According to Forbes, from pre- to post-pandemic, the U.S. has seen a 429 percent increase in prerecorded exercise content usage and a 1,214 percent increase in livestreamed class usage. Given the diversity and availability of on-demand workouts, we no longer have a reasonable excuse not to get to the gym. Read more about 2022 Fitness Trends