Learn Why RundleFit's New Site Meets the Top Fitness Trends of 2014

Are you bored with the gym? Learn why the top fitness trends of 2014 have no need for a gym.

(PRWEB) November 13, 2013

No gym, no problem! The top fitness trends of 2014 are designed for effectiveness and efficiency without the confines of a gym. According to the American College of Sports Medicine’s recent survey of the top 20 fitness trends for 2014, gym and typical class-style fitness solutions were missing from the top rankings.

What are the major fitness trends for 2014? An overwhelming number of Americans are seeking more practical, yet effective workouts that fit the anywhere workout class. In fact, most Americans agree that the top Fitness Trends of 2014 are fat burning home workouts, travel and anywhere workouts.

This is believed to be due to the incredible, time-saving results that only require a small or free investment and almost no equipment. (This statement was recently published by the American College of Sports Medicine’s top 20 fitness trends review for 2014). None of the “old school” workout methods made the list.

The top candidates of the ACSM list are the rapidly growing training principles of high-intensity interval training (metabolic conditioning). For this, think popular home workout DVD’s and CrossFit. As well, body-weight training was another runner up.

The fitness program that meets both of these guidelines best is Workout Anywhere by RundleFit. Workout Anywhere creates a masterful blend of the top trends, but scales workouts and nutrition appropriately by fitness level.

The survey was conducted with roughly 3,800 trainers, fitness professionals and exercise physiologists. Some believe that the economy plays a major role in the poll, but most agree the muscle confusing nature of high-intensity interval training creates unlimited workout variety with insane results.