TikTok trends helping me get back my fitness motivation Just 15 min a day.
TikTok has invaded our lives during the lockdown, and several trends have helped women keep or get in shape during the long months of working from home. Either dance routines or abdominal exercise challenges, these TikTok trends have gone viral, appearing on people’s For You pages, and some of them are definitely helping me to get back my fitness motivation. Whereas in the past we had to exercise at the gym for an hour 2 or 3 times a week, the TikTok trends have made it easier with 15-minute routines that you can do at home, in gym clothes or even your PJs, to feel good and healthier.
But of course, one must be very careful before embracing any of these trends since recent research determined that 1 out of 4 TikTok fitness influencers are giving wrong advice. Additionally, there is no one-size-fits-all, so what’s good for one person may be bad for others. Consequently, many followers are injuring themselves, so make sure to follow fitness instructors and, of course, eat healthy, drink plenty of water and get enough hours of sleep.
15-minute TikTok dance cardio routine
If you are as addicted to TikTok as I am, you probably have already seen endless dance choreographies on the app. The fitness YouTuber Maddie Lymburner created a 15 min dance cardio routine using eight of the most popular songs on TikTok that are great for my motivation. But don’t be fooled by Maddie’s cheerful smile and the fun songs, the routine is actually quite strenuous. Expect plenty of squats, pushes and lunges.