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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.
Mars, Weetabixbrands and Snickers, among other brands, boosted the number of searches for ‘protein’ generally.
This is the Turmeric Decade by now, and 2016 is no exception. It seems everyone has taken a look at this wonder-nutrient.
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.
Is it a symptom of cubicle life? Of social media addiction? There are a lot of sore necks out there.
We think ordinary marathons are enough – enough that we won’t be running any – but it seems that’s not good enough anymore!
The most often searched area of the body for workouts: not the abs, not the legs. It’s the back.
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.
Kale has been big for the past couple years, but being the subject of the January ‘Coach’ magazine cover story made 2016 huuuge.
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.’
Have yours yet? If not, you can’t call yourself ‘with it’ when it comes to either exercise or 2016 tech.
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.
Gluten-free got big enough to get its own JP Sears parody video.