Wednesday, December 23, 2009

American College of Sports Medicine 2010 Fitness Trends

The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has published the top 10 fitness trends for 2010. As you review these trends consider your New Year’s resolution.

(1/4) Would you benefit from the assistance from a qualified health & fitness expert?
(2) Do you need to add a consistent strength training program to your workout routine?
(3) Would your children benefit from better eating and exercise habits?
(5) Have you let your core go this fall?
(6/7) If you are an older adult, are you entering your retirement years strong, energetic & independent?
(9) Do you need to round out your running program with Pilates to maintain your flexibility and improve posture?
(8/10) Would your running benefit from a sports specific book, class or support group to give you that little extra oomph you’ve been missing?

All are great fitness options worthy of resolution. Have a great holiday and enjoy the winter run, snow shoe, skiing or indoor cycling & swims, just don't neglect the weights!  To view the full top 10 trends:

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