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Top 10 Wellness Trends of 2015
4. Meditation to go Mainstream
Mediation is no longer something people think of as only a hippie thing. Mediation is going mainstream in a big, big way. Some gyms are opening up mediation rooms so that people can find calmness and a sense of clarity; taking care of their mind as well as their body.
With more and more celebrities and cool spiritual people like Guru Jagat opening up about their love of mediation, it’s not only poised to go mainstream, it’s going to become the cool thing to do.
5. No More 60 Minute Workouts
With more and more studies showing that shorter, more intense workouts, sometimes called interval training, are more effective than the traditional 60 minute workout routine, shorter workouts are about to become the next big workout routine.
Interval training, with 15, 20, or 30 minute workout times are destined to be more popular as time is always a big excuse for not exercising. As long as people are seeing and feeling the results of workouts without having to devote so much time to it, this is trend that will stay with us for many years to come.
6. Activated Charcoal
More than just a BBQ staple, charcoal is the next big trend in juicing, skin care, and even inside your medicine chest. Activated charcoal masks and cleansers are super popular and even juice brands like Juice Generation are using it in their drinks. Charcoal is known to attach itself to toxins in the body like crazy and then help remove those toxins naturally.
7. The New Social Cardio Workout
Instead of getting together with the girls over drinks after work, many working men and women are now meeting at former nightclubs to do yoga, or attend alcohol free early morning dance parties. Los Angeles has concert venues with a live DJ where you can work out, and there are black-light yoga sessions in Boston.
Why this change? When we are having fun, we are much more likely to stay motivated and want to stick with an exercise routine. It looks like your social life is about to get a whole lot hotter.
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