Just because gyms and fitness centers are closed until further notice does not mean you need to hit the pause on workouts. You can still tap into your favorite routines and keep fit well staying at home. Many popular studios are live-streaming classes and posting recorded on-line workouts, some free, some for a fee during the coronavirus pandemic. And there’s no need to pre-register for a particular bike, mat, bench or bag. Nor do you need workout specific equipment. It’s all from the comfort of your own home.
Here, some of the favorite local spots and where to check out their on-line workouts.
The studio has free meditation and yoga classes online and is also offering access to 250+ for a small fee. The studios encourage their clients with messages like “Keep Up Your Practice” and “The health and safety of our amazing community is always our priority.”
Barry’s is opening the doors to their virtual red room for at-home boot camp workouts. There are still some IG Live workouts, but for the virtual red room type, you’ve got to buy classes online, register for class on the app and then join. Classes are west coast, east coast and central times—so be sure to choose the right one!
Crunch encourages members to stay in and stay fit with free online classes. Not a member, you can get a free-trial for 45 days. No excuses.
The folks at Gold’s gym have coined #stongeranywhere. They are offering free in app and at-home workouts with trainers from all over the world.
Sign up for a free trial of the Peloton app by April 30 and get 90 day access to on-demand classes. Not just the bike, they’ve got classes in running, yoga and strength-training too.
This fitness studio has “A new workout every day to keep you strong.”
These boxing-inspired fitness classes translate to at-home workouts with popular instructors on Instagram live. Check out their stories for the weekly schedules.