For the past two weeks, my daily exercise has been my several trips to and back from the fridge. I begrudgingly opened Classpass one day and was pleasantly surprised to see that they have dozens of at home workouts on demand. Although I haven’t done nearly as many as I should, I have enjoyed the at home workouts I’ve done so far. There are several other apps and websites offering live and on demand workouts and hopefully this list helps you find the perfect one for you!
- CorePower Yoga
The cult favorite yoga studio is offering a series of free classes every week to keep up your practice and work up a sweat. The classes range from cardio yoga to handstand practice, and can be done without any equipment. If you want more options every week, the studio also offers a full range of hundreds of classes for $19.99/month.
- Nike Training App
This app has a huge variety of classes all for FREE. You can browse by type of workout and no equipment needed! They offer classes for all fitness levels, and once again, FREE.
Just because there hasn’t been enough Peloton in the news in 2020, we had to add it to this list. No need to have a bike (or have one gifted by your significant other) to use this app. The app has live and on demand classes for all types of workouts including running, yoga, and cycling. They are currently offering a 3 month free trial for access to all of these classes.
- Obe Fitness
Obe also has live and on demand classes ranging from cardio boxing to dance HIIT. They categorize their classes into 3 sections: Sweat, Define, and Flow. Sweat is focused on cardio classes such as dance, Define includes pilates, and flow is the yoga collection. Their signature classes are 28 minutes long, but they also offer 10 minute express versions. Obe has a free trial of 7 days, and is $27/month after that.
- Down Dog
Down Dog has a series of fitness apps that are now available for free until May 1st, and for students from kindergarten to college, free until July 1st. The apps include Down Dog, Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre, and 7-minute workouts. Healthcare professionals also get free access to all apps until July 1st!
ClassPass has a large library of on demand workouts classes available for free, and live stream classes available through the membership. Classes are of varying lengths from 8 to 30 minutes, and include all types of workouts. You can also book live stream classes for credits to support your favorite studio.
Blogilates creator, Cassey Ho, has created and posted hundreds of Youtube workout videos targeting different areas of the body. You can focus on abs, arms, glutes, or do a full body workout with her pilates and strength videos. She also created a 14-day Quarantine workout plan.
- The Fitness Marshall
Saving the best for last, The Fitness Marshall is a Youtube fitness guru, who posts the most fun and energetic dance workout videos. If you want a cardio sweat session and some comic relief, definitely check out this channel.
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