Yes, there are many options and you may notice a tendency to want to incorporate as many of these routines/styles that you can handle. As a trainer who has "seen it all", I would advise choosing a program that you feel called to participate in. Whether it involves going to a group exercise class, a bike ride, or an at home program, it must be something you enjoy and makes you feel accomplished.
With all of the hype and social media posts about new exercises, it is easy to get lost in the sauce. Fancy exercises can be fun but a basic program can and does yield big results when performed consistently, with correct form, and with appropriate loads. The key is to balance all conditioning exercises and not to exhaust one muscle or muscle group.
A coach you like and trust can accelerate achieving your fitness goals by designing a specific and balanced program that works for you. A coach can also help you navigate the challenges that arise in adhering to a regular routine. Because being healthy and fit are not a one time achievement, and is a long term commitment, it should and can be a pleasant experience.
Julia Broome is passionate about health and exercise but is most excited about educating women concerning the short and long term impact of exercise on pregnant women and their baby.