4 Fall Fitness Trends

As the seasons change and cooler temperatures kick in, motivation to maintain a fitness routine can dwindle. To stay on top of your exercise routine, try one of these fall fitness trends. You can use these ideas as inspiration during autumn to get in great shape before the holiday festivities arrive.

Interval Training

Interval training is also known as high-intensity interval training (HIIT). If you live a busy life, a quick, intense workout is just what you need. You only need 15 to 20 minutes to get a great workout done. Plus, the short duration makes it impossible to skip a sweat session.

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Self-Monitoring  

With so many gadgets and apps out there, it's easy to check on your eating habits and workout routines. Some apps even allow you to take a picture of what you're eating to identify the ingredients and nutrition facts, which makes it easy and fun to stick to your health goals.

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Hooping

Hula hoop classes have caught the attention of many fitness fanatics. Hula hoops come in various weights, and work to challenge your core and upper body. The best part: it allows you to act like a kid while working out.

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Bold Gym Wear

Sports apparel is not sweats and a tee anymore. Many athletic companies have created bold, fun designs that can be worn throughout the day. New gear can help boost confidence, so show off your new attire during your next workout.

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About the Author

Kisar S. Dhillon

Kisar S. Dhillon is a professional fitness trainer living in Portland, Oregon. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology, Post Baccalaureate Studies in Exercise Physiology and a Master's in Business Administration. He has more than 17 years experience in the health and fitness industry and is currently the owner of The Art of Personal Training. You can follow him on Google Plus, Twitter and on YouTube.
Kisar S. Dhillon is a professional fitness trainer living in Portland, Oregon. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology, Post Baccalaureate Studies in Exercise Physiology and a Master's in Business Administration. He has more than 17 years experience in the health and fitness industry and is currently the owner of The Art of Personal Training. You can follow him on Google Plus, Twitter and on YouTube.

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