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From ballet-inspired workouts to disco-style spinning lessons, the fitness world loves a trend, and the latest way to tone up is no exception: crawling.
Yep it turns out getting down on all fours, normally associated with babies rather than fully grown adults, is set to become a key part of fitness regimes in the near future, according to a new report from the exercise-focused Balance Festival.
‘It’s like the new version of the plank, but more interesting,’ fitness expert and Balance Festival Ambassador Ashley Hunt told The Independent.
‘We have already seen the increasing popularity of crawling in states with groups forming and crawling classes such as Original Strength. The UK is now following suit.’

But why is crawling such a good form of exercise?
Well, firstly it uses body weight rather than any equipment, making it a pretty accessible way to work out.
It also helps with overall strength, core stability and endurance, working a number of areas across the body, from the wrists to the hips, toes to elbows.
Whether you’re more of a bear crawl or a baby crawl kinda person, there are a number of variations to choose from, and while we’re not convinced by the thought of a solo crawl round the gym any time soon, we look forward to trying this as part of a class!
Probably time to replace those old leggings with the hole in the crotch though…
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