New Trends Like Crossfit Training, TRX, Battling Ropes & Kettlebells Have Fitness Enthusiasts Working Harder!
Crossfit training has become a huge fitness trend in the past decade with new box gyms and crossfit training venues popping up all over Sydney.
It seems like the ‘old school' way of working out using bodybuilding routines are becoming a thing of the past with training programs now focusing on big compound functional movements.
At Dangerously Fit Bootcamps we've been using these types of workouts for over 7 years and have noticed a big improvement in our clients results.
Not only are these metabolic workouts very effective, but they're lot's of fun aswell!
The variety of equipment used during these workouts include, kettlebells, battling ropes, TRX, dumbbells, barbells, medicine balls just to name a few…. this variation keeps the workouts fresh and exciting ensuring no two workouts are ever the same.
But is this style of training just another fitness fad or is it here to stay?
I believe everything goes round in cycles and what we're seeing now with Crossfit's success will lead to even more new innovations within the fitness industry in the coming years.
MMA fitness training is also becoming hugely popular with new MMA gyms opening up all over Sydney.
Will this replace Crossfit.. or will Crossfit continue to grow in popularity?
I don't know for sure… but as with all cycles – every dog has it's day – so my guess is something will new will eventually take over.
Here's an interesting article by MELANIE PLENDA of newhampshire.com
Kettlebell and CrossFit Training
More workouts these days are power-packed sessions bursting with short, quick exercises in hefting, pulling and strengthening. And while there is nothing wrong with the slower, gentler routines – many people stay fit and lose weight with them – there is a growing shift in the Granite State toward the high-intensity workout…
…the increased popularity in CrossFit and Challenge Race competitions, both of which are essentially high-intensity, hyper-challenging, obstacle-based fitness events that have popped up all over the country.
Dangerously Fit kettlebell courses Australia are nationwide. If you would like to try a Crossfit Training style of workout using TRX, Battling Ropes & Kettlebells visit www.dangerouslyfit.com.au contact us today!