Kettlebell Coach REACTS To 9 Fitness Trends to Expect in 2021

Kettlebell Coach REACTS To 9 Fitness Trends to Expect in 2021

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If the year 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that our health takes priority.

In addition to the many societal changes of last year, the way we exercise has changed, too. With more people staying at home without access to gyms, the fitness landscape has transformed dramatically.

With 2021 upon us, we can expect to see even more changes to fitness culture. Industry experts are predicting massive shifts, so you may wonder what this year has in store.

This intro excerpt is from an article from Healthline.com which Gregory is going to react to.

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5 Comments

  1. Rumple Stilskin on August 20, 2021 at 11:02 pm

    man, i have to take a trip over the lake of constance once ur gym is able to welcome customers again!



  2. KairosGymnos on August 20, 2021 at 11:27 pm

    One big 2020 apotheosis for me had to do with physical culture; what it is and what most of us not developing it lack. I think it very possible that a great deal of who we are as human beings is tied up with movement and physical cultures. Most Americans have no physical culture at all. They go to a big box gym, run a circuit through some machines, and go home. That’s not a culture. Kettlebells and their history are a culture. Climbing is a physical culture. Calisthenics is a physical culture. Ballet and other forms of dance. Combat sports. Capoeira. All of these things develop the personality and wholeness of the individual. I think there is a very strong place for gyms in the future — even with everybody still doing most of their training at home — but that place has to be within the framework of fostering and expanding culture. Just dumping some machines on a floor and charging membership fees to use those machines is *not* helping all that many people. Give them a culture and a community and a place to flourish so that they can become who they were meant to be, and it doesn’t really matter how much equipment they have sitting around at home. It is so much more than just working out.



  3. Mr. Stingray on August 20, 2021 at 11:28 pm

    How did you get this photo of me after my first attempt to snatch a kettlebell? 🤔



  4. Gans fein on August 20, 2021 at 11:30 pm

    Yeah! Ich kann dann jeden, der mir zu nahe kommt mit einer Kettlebell umhauen.

    Grüße in die Schweiz! Ich kann sie durch den roten Himmel und über den See sehen (fast)! 😉



  5. B Armstrong on August 21, 2021 at 12:00 am

    Love your perspective – a shift in the industry – not a doom and gloom or totally tech/app driven. Opportunities are where you look.