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Study Says Running and Biking Were the Most Favorite Fitness Trends in 2014

by Kalyani Thivakaran on January 4, 2015 at 8:07 PM
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 Study Says Running and Biking Were the Most Favorite Fitness Trends in 2014

Running and biking were the hottest fitness trends in 2014, a recent search has revealed. The results were based on a poll conducted by MyFitnessPal, an internet site and smartphone app that lets customers monitor actions, energy and meals consumption, among forty seven million customers.

The Fox Information reported that the website also confirmed that folks have been making an attempt out new actions, like CrossFit and ballet-type barre courses and have been doing more and more shorter, excessive-depth exercises that promised fitness in minutes slightly than hours.


The researchers for the application, which released year-over-year trend data publicly for the very first time, analyzed the total number of minutes logged per activity and divided by the number of daily active users.

The Wall Street Journal then requested MyFitnessPal to list the top 10 most-logged activities for January through November 2014, which was then released and compared with the list for the same period from 2013.

Source: Medindia


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