Are you feeling sluggish and overweight with the closing of most of the gyms due to coronavirus? You must still keep up with your fitness for physical and mental health! So get busy streaming your classes through live-streamed digital classes.
Fitness studios have come up with a creative solution to keep you moving. Many companies are offering free online workouts. I present to you below a list of gyms ready and waiting for YOU to join from anywhere!
Barry’s Bootcamp: offers live 20-minute workouts twice daily on Instagram @barrys (exact streaming times will vary).
Rumble: Once a day, you can do Rumble-inspired, cardio and bodyweight workouts (no equipment needed).
Orangetheory: a new 30-minute workout video each day, it features some of its most popular coaches from around the world.
305 Fitness: offers cardio dance live streams twice a day on YouTube. The sessions are held at 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. ET.
Peloton: Try the Peloton app at home for free for 90 days — no bike needed!
Tone it Up: The Tone It Up app everyone knows for on-demand fitness training. It will include live classes and 10-40-minute workout videos. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the app will be free for new users for the next 30 days.
P.VOLVE: Draw on more than 200 videos streaming high-intensity, low-impact workouts to strengthen and tone the body (in small spaces — and with limited-to-no equipment). P.volve offers a free 14-day trial; after that, the subscription runs $19.99 a month.
CorePower Yoga: CorePower Yoga offers free access to a limited collection of online yoga and meditation classes while studios are closed.
Headspace: A huge range of guided meditations, plus features that allow users to track their day-to-day progress. Headspace has become one of the most well-known, widely used meditation apps.
Club Pilates at-home Pilates workouts to improve your posture, strength to your core, and increase mobility. All you need is a mat to get started.