People across the US are changing up their work out regimens with new fitness trends like mud runs, Crossfit, spinning, and dance fusion. Between the mud, obstacles, and the fact that it’s completely badass, mud runs like Tough Mudder challenge even the most fit athletes. Besides being physically challenging mud runs test you mentally as well, allowing you to push yourself farther than you thought possible.
At only seven years old Crossfit has become a nationwide phenomenon. Heavy lifting is not only limited too or associated with body builders anymore! Crossfit gives you the ability to master weight lifting skill sets that you can do at the gym or at home by yourself.
Although spinning has long been around in the fitness community the industry has revamped its image producing new types of spinning like soul cycle and fly wheel. Although no soul cycle or fly wheel studios have opened in Boston, we do have The Handle Bar, which is one of Boston’s top cycling hot spots. The Handle Bar offers classes for all levels and incorporates weighted bars for a full body work out. Get ready to sweat and have fun during this intense and exciting class!
Sick of Zumba? Then try Doonya or Groov3. These California native dance classes give a whole new meaning to dance fusion and quickly spreading across the United States. Doonya is a Bollywood inspired fitness class that uses traditional dance moves to get your heart up! And there’s nothing like a live DJ to keep you motivated with great music and intense moves when you visit a Groov3 class.