From Workplace Fitness Counters to Targeted Training Apps

By: Laura McQuarrie - Sep 25, 2016
As the September 2016 fitness ideas communicate, one's health and fitness journey no longer begins by stepping foot into a gym. Some of the best new ideas to back up this notion include devices like 'Count.It' for the workplace, which tracks group employee goals, as well as the RunGo app, which blends running or jogging with city tourism.

Some of the most intriguing new ways to workout include Nike's multi-sensory 'Unlimited You' experience or visiting 'bari' for a unique set of physical activities like dancing, trampolining and muscle sculpting. In order to suit health-conscious consumers of all ages, there are also a number of all-ages fitness classes and programs being launched for the benefit of people of all abilities.