High-intensity, simple workouts gain popularity
from Reuters via Fox News
While people are becoming more dependent on high-tech gadgets in many areas of life, fitness experts say they are turning back to basics for their workout routines. They see more exercisers shedding prop-heavy fitness classes for short-burst, equipment-free workouts. "It's my theory that we've hit a critical mass in group fitness," said Donna Cyrus, senior vice president of programming Crunch Fitness. "Mats, Bosu (stability) balls, body bars: by the time you put all this stuff on the floor it's 10 minutes into your workout."
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