The 2013 Workout Plan: Celebs’ Creative Fitness Trends
From UPTOWN--Several celebrities have taken their exercise routines in an edgy direction. Many have cosigned under-the-radar fitness trends, whether they be reinventions of old classics, racy innovations, or unconventional methods.
Once considered risqué and raunchy, this activity has shed its negative image. Though Tia Mowry, Chanel Iman, and Kelly Rowland do it for fun, pole dancing is an effective calorie burner. According to LiveStrong.com, there are many aerobic benefits. Any woman strutting in 6-inch heels knows it takes core and leg strength.
Madonna reportedly includes trampette – small, square trampolines – jumping as part of her stay-fit regime. Why? Urban Rebounding, a branded workout that consists of jumping on a trampoline, is a substantial cardio workout. It increases muscle strength and fitness, as well as reduces cholesterol, according to Trampolines Los Angeles. A company that has assembled trampolines in many celebrity homes over the years.
3. Body Juggling
For a great way to diversify your workout routine, many fitness enthusiasts like the body juggling movement. It involves moving and balancing on an inflated ball. The exercise helps to create a mind and body connection while working every muscle. Dallas-based fitness instructor SaTek – a Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus veteran – developed it, just a few years ago, based on his acrobatic moves.
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