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Here are the fitness topics our era wants to learn about the most, judged by their number of searches. Were you one of the cyber-crowd? If not, you might be missing something good.
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Protein

Mars, Weetabixbrands and Snickers, among other brands, boosted the number of searches for ‘protein’ generally.
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Turmeric

This is the Turmeric Decade by now, and 2016 is no exception. It seems everyone has taken a look at this wonder-nutrient.
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Battle Rope

Not only is battle rope a great exercise, it looks like it ought to be. No wonder it’s now so popular a search term.
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Neck Exercises

Is it a symptom of cubicle life? Of social media addiction? There are a lot of sore necks out there.
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Ultramarathon

We think ordinary marathons are enough – enough that we won’t be running any – but it seems that’s not good enough anymore!
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Back Exercises

The most often searched area of the body for workouts: not the abs, not the legs. It’s the back.
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Apple Cider Vinegar

The UK in particular has been crazy for Apple Cider Vinegar, but the entire developed world has gone wild over its capacity as a cardiovascular tonic.
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Kale

Kale has been big for the past couple years, but being the subject of the January ‘Coach’ magazine cover story made 2016 huuuge.
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Joe Wicks

In 2015, he was almost nowhere. Now Joe Wicks is one of the top brands in fitness, largely thanks to Channel 4’s ‘The Body Coach.’
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Fitness Trackers

Have yours yet? If not, you can’t call yourself ‘with it’ when it comes to either exercise or 2016 tech.
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Cheat Day

It’s probably a good sign that a lot of folks are dieting when a day off from dieting is itself a frequently-searched term.
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Gluten-Free

Gluten-free got big enough to get its own JP Sears parody video.
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