2019 Is Coming and So Are New Fitness Trends

// December 6, 2018
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Keeping up with the latest fads in fitness can be exhausting, leaving little energy left to actually work out. But 2019 is almost here, so it’s important to catch up on the trends and maximize the opportunity in the fitness sector.

Group fitness studios have been on the rise over the past few years, as people find themselves more likely to work out when it is in a fun, social environment. According to Wellness Creative Company, these boutique facilities will continue popping up in 2019, but with some variations to mix up the classes and meet the needs of their members.

According to MyFitnessPal, workouts at group fitness studios are expected to become shorter to keep up with the busy schedules of their clientele. The classes that were once 50-60 minutes will now be 30 minutes. Shorter classes may sound less effective, but the classes will be more intense.

Women’s Health predicts that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is going to be merged with yoga and Pilates classes. CorePower Yoga in Colorado has already launched this method, incorporating both mindfulness and exercise into the class. Mental health will likely become incorporated into more fitness classes in the coming year as well. People are becoming more focused on training their minds by integrating meditation and other new habits into their daily lives. Fitness studios will likely hop on this trend and incorporate this into their classes so their clients can get both health and wellness all in one stop.

Fortunately, USLI is one step ahead of the trends and has a Fitness Express product to provide the coverage needed for these centers. This product provides a solution for the studios that primarily offer group classes. We offer the following coverage features:

  • $100,000 in business personal property coverage
  • $80,000 in business income and extra expense
  • General liability limits up to $1 million/$2 million with no deductible
  • Professional liability with limits equal to the general liability limit
  • Abuse and molestation at a limit of $100,000/$300,000
  • Coverage for personal trainers/fitness instructors while on the insured’s premises

Aside from the centers that fit within our Fitness Express product, we can also consider the standard fitness center with treadmills, saunas and much more! As the holidays generate conversation about getting fit, start thinking about the opportunities to grow your book of business!

For more information about our Fitness Express product, please contact your Commercial Lines Underwriter.


As always, thank you for your support and business.

Contact Bridget Cullen,
Product Leader | 888-523-5545 Ext. 2151

Meghan RitterWritten by Meghan Ritter
December 6, 2018