Every year, the worldwide survey of fitness trends is sent to around 30,000 fitness professionals to rank exercise trends for the year ahead. As a result of this survey, check out the top fitness trends that are predicted for 2019.

Streaming Workouts

Streaming workouts gives you the convenience of an instructor-led workout accessible over the internet. This allows you to take part from anywhere in the world. This method of workout is ideal for busy individuals, parents or people who do not have the motivation to leave the house.

If you’d like to know how you can workout from home or on the go with our online workouts, or even become an online coach, get in touch with me at  and I would love to give you more information.

Check out the best streaming workout channels here.

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HIIT Workouts

HIIT workouts (high intensity interval training), as the name says, is an intense exercise session, where you push yourself through interval training, and alternating between high intensity and lower intensity. HIIT is a favourite workout for many and is becoming more popular year on year.

Find out why HIIT workouts are so effective here.


Group Fitness Classes

What better way to Exercise and Enjoy it than with a group of like minded people? We all have our reasons for exercising whether it’s the health benefits, the feel good factor or even the social aspect. People report feelings of greater success in group classes, increasing enjoyment and motivation.

Find out the 5 reasons to love group exercise in our blog post.

Wearable Technology

Wearable trackers are here to stay for 2019. They helping everyday people to track their health on many different levels, from calorie counting, to number of steps and even heart rate. Trackers remind you to exercise and even encourage a bit of healthy competition amongst friends.

See the top 10 fitness trackers for 2019 here.

Hiring a Personal Trainer

A Personal Trainer not only provides a well-rounded and educated workout that’s suited to your specific needs, but by having scheduled appointments, it also forces you to work out.

Think you have the skills to become a great personal trainer? This Diploma in Personal Training with Level 2 Gym Instructor (Active IQ) course is for the aspiring Fitness Professional who would like to teach a range of specialist exercises and offer advice to clients on a 1-1 basis. Such a rewarding career!

If you think this could be the career for you, please get in touch at or drop us a message on Facebook.

Let us know what you think of these fitness trends. Maybe you can think of something that’s missing from this list? We’d love to hear from you!

Claire x