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Leading fitness experts from the Australian Institute of Fitness, Cameron Byrnes and Rosemary Marchese have shared their thoughts on the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)’s top 10 fitness trend predictions for next year and their potential application in Australia.
Now in its 10th year, the survey was completed by more than 2,800 health and fitness professionals worldwide, many certified by ACSM, and was designed to reveal trends in various fitness environments.
40 potential trends were given as choices, and the top 20 were ranked and published by ACSM, including a few new additions to last year’s list, one of which rose immediately to the number one spot.