With more and more gyms closing, fitness options are limited, but your health and wellbeing should still be top priority. Here are ways you can keep up with your workouts from home. Don’t have an Apple TV but have a Roku or Amazon Fire TV Stick? Download the Roku Mirror app and instantly sync your phone to your TV.
- Beach Body on Demand — Want to change up your workout every day? This app has over 1,000 workouts — yoga, cardio, strength, dance, and resistance. The annual membership is $99 so just 27 cents per day! Or test it out with their 14-day free trial. Some of our favorite classes include the 100 Day Meltdown, 21 Day Fix, and P90X.
- Peloton Digital 90-Day Free Trial — If you’ve been wanting to try Peloton but don’t have a fancy bike, now is your chance! The company announced last week that they’re offering a 90-day trial of their subscription workout app. The fitness freebie doesn’t require a Peloton bike or treadmill. Users can choose from classes such as yoga, meditation, strength training, and more.
- FitOn — Like having a full gym in your pocket, this app lets you train with celebrities with 100s of classes. The best part of all: the membership is totally free. Another reason we love FitOn is that it personalizes the classes based on your fitness goals and preferences. Use this app if you want to mix it up and have specific fitness goals!
- CorePower Yoga on Demand — CPY has added Yoga on Demand for FREE! Check out their website for Yoga on Demand classes. Classes include everything from Yoga Sculpt (a full-body workout guaranteed to leave you nice and sweaty) to their more traditional Yoga C1 and C2 flow classes.
- Instagram & YouTube — Follow boutique fitness studios and fitness channels on social media, and follow their livestream or pre-filmed workouts. Many local studios are hosting live classes on these platforms to keep connected with their members but the classes are completely free.