Free Online Workout Classes and Exercise Apps

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Free Online Workout Classes and Exercise Apps

Free Online Workout Classes and Exercise Apps

Easy ways to work out in your home
Free Online Workout Classes and Exercise Apps

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The spread of coronavirus has not only affected restaurants and bars, but it has also closed gyms. However, there are plenty of ways to get a (free) workout in after a day of working from home with the kids as more fitness classes are going virtual.

YouTube

YouTube

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Great workouts don’t have to come with an expensive membership. You have access to tons of videos from fitness gurus who can help you get in your workout via YouTube. So don’t sabotage your own workout, you can look up videos that will show how to do yoga poses, how to isolate and work on a single body part or videos that can show you the latest dance moves without having to leave your home.

Planet Fitness

Planet Fitness

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Planet Fitness is offering a way for everyone — members and non-members — to work on their fitness while at home. Every day at 7 p.m. Eastern, the gym will be live-streaming “Work-Ins” on Facebook. At least you won’t have to worry too much about gym etiquette.

ClassPass

ClassPass

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Since you can’t make it to the studio, ClassPass is offering free unlimited access to 2,000 video and audio workouts when you create an account and download the app. Now you have no excuse to not try one of the all-time best exercises for weight loss.

305 Fitness

305 Fitness

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Did someone say in-home dance party? 305 Fitness is offering at-home dance classes that will help you work up a sweat — just make sure you’re drinking enough water. The studio is live-streaming cardio dance workouts on its YouTube channel twice a day that you can play back at any time.

Orangetheory

Orangetheory

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You don’t need special equipment to exercise at home. Everyday household items like milk jugs can do the trick, too. Orangetheory is uploading new 30-minute workout videos to its Facebook page and website every day to help you achieve your health goals without leaving your living room.

Blink Fitness

Blink Fitness

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Don’t let social distancing distance you from your body goal. Every weekday at 8 a.m. ET, log on to Facebook to get access to Blink Fitness’ live streams that will focus on a certain part of the body. Start your morning with a cup of joe and a workout.

Peloton

Peloton

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You won’t have to get a bike to do these online classes. Peloton offers new users free 90-day access to its app, where you can view classes on strength training, yoga, meditation and more.

Gold’s Gym

Gold’s Gym

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Membership or not, Gold’s Gym is offering free access to its online collection of over 600 audio and video workouts until the end of May 2020. Don’t miss your chance to get in some squats and cardio while you’re working from home.

Crunch

Crunch

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All members of Crunch Fitness can access Crunch Live, which offers over 85 free workouts from dance to pilates. You can stream it on your phone, TV or tablet. Non-members can try a free 45-day trial.

Life Time

Life Time

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You can now get your favorite yoga, cardio and strength-training classes on demand. Life Time invites members and non-members to experience a good workout for free, and new classes get added every day. After you’re done, you can cook up an easy dish using whatever is in your pantry.

Fitocracy

Fitocracy

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Keep your New Year’s resolutions by using the Fitocracy app to help you keep track of your nutrition and workouts for free. There is also the option of adding coaching for $1 a day.

Nike Training Club

Nike Training Club

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All you need is your electronic device to have access to free exercise routines. With the Nike Training Club app, you can do anything from bodyweight training to yoga classes. Whether you already have equipment at home or just items around the house, you can still get a full-body workout in your living room while you’re trying to successfully work from home.

Barry’s Bootcamp

Barry’s Bootcamp

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You probably already know that Instagram is full of beautiful photos, but did you know you can get a workout from the app, too? Barry’s Bootcamp has been going live on Instagram for 20-minute bodyweight workouts, with schedules posted prior. If you can’t tune in live, the videos are available after in the IGTV tab.

FitOn

FitOn

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You can work out with celebrity trainers every day for free and get the superstar treatment when you try out the FitOn app. You will be able to customize your fitness plan according to your schedule and will have access to over 100 classes that focus on cardio, strength and even some exercises for mommies to be.

Daily Workouts

Daily Workouts

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While eating healthy foods that can help you lose weight, exercise is also needed to maintain balance. You can download the Daily Workout Fitness Trainer app on your phone or tablet to access quick five-to-30-minute exercises.

7 Minute Workout

7 Minute Workout

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No equipment needed. You can download the 7 Minute Workout app to do an easy workout at home. This app comes with 12 high-intensity bodyweight exercises and more, however, it’s available only through the Apple store.

CorePower Yoga

CorePower Yoga

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Don’t despair because studios are closed. You will still be able to get your yoga session for the day. CorePower Yoga is offering free online access to a limited library of yoga and meditation classes. You’ll probably work up an appetite after exercising, and since you’re stuck at home all day, why not check out every chain and service offering free delivery right now?

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