Technology in sports practice (Part 3)

Short exercises

Science has proven that no exercise is too short, every minute of exercise can be effective. Repeating a 10-minute workout three times has the same benefits as exercising for 30 minutes in a row. High intensity exercise, also known as HIIT, is also in this trend.

High intensity exercise produces the same and sometimes better results than long periods of activity as your heart rate increases sharply and helps burn more calories. The New Year trend will focus heavily on combining HIIT with exercises like yoga, stretching, zumba and pilates.

Boxing

Martial arts such as boxing are expected to attract a large number of participants in the new year. Boxing is a great way to train at high intensity, while giving you the feeling of excitement as a warrior. People who participate in this sport often feel more fulfilled when they train through combat movements.

Technology applications

Sports equipment will become smarter in 2019. Smart treadmill and other fitness devices are also equipped with streaming.

These smart apps let you cycle and track progress on your tablet. The screen will display images of hills or other obstacles to simulate training intensity. In addition, you can connect and compete with other users.

The smart tracking device

Personal tracking devices like Apple Watch or Fitbit will continue to be widely used in 2019.

Accuracy plays a key role. Users want to track calories burned, heart rate, sleep duration, intensity and duration of exercise.

Relax

We often just focus on physical exercise but forget about relaxation so that the body can recover after vigorous exercise.

Taking time to massage and relax muscles plays a major role in muscle development as well as overall health.

This year’s relaxation trends focus on meditation, self-care habits and breathing techniques.

Above are some technologies that have been applied in sports and reality.