In the UK in 2015, it was found that 68% of men and 58% of women were either obese or overweight – this is way too high,isn’t it? It shouldn’t be too surprising to hear that 2/3rds of Brits admitted to either being on a diet all or for most of the time. Of course, the topics of healthy eating and weight loss are massively popular talking points at the moment! They’re on every channel and in every magazine, aren’t they? According to The Telegraph, 33% of resolution makers want to lose weight, and 32% want to eat more healthily. With this in mind, MaxiMuscle investigate what the biggest diet trends could be in 2018:
The fitness revolution is here. There’s no way of avoiding it – from Instagram models flaunting their sculpted curves, to the rise of squats for developing your those booty gains. Even with the increase of women getting themselves in shape and the increased popularity of intense sports like CrossFit and powerlifting, there are still many girls who think lifting weights will make them bulky.