Getting fit with weird workouts
Retro running isn't the only unusual style of fitness to come into vogue, as these increasingly popular routines show:
Originally popular with the Russian army, this form of free weights exercise can work wonders for upper body strength. But be warned: if you use them incorrectly, you can hurt yourself badly.
It's a Swedish word, meaning "speed play" and combines high intensity work with less strenuous exercise. It's commonly practised outdoors.
Elliptical machines have long been a gym staple, but these bikes marry that swinging leg movement with two wheels and a handlebar. Awkward to get the hang of initially, but an increasingly common sight in a park near you.