Due to the current world crisis, most of our daily lifestyles and activities have been significantly impacted. Nationwide lockdowns have limited our access to many businesses, gyms included. So what’s a gym lover or fitness enthusiasts to do? Good news! Meet your new extensive guide to free online fitness. We searched the internet to find the most convenient options for keeping us all well and fit during this challenging time and thereafter. After all, fitness is proven to alleviate stress, boost the immune system and enhance overall wellness. Here are some great options that will keep you on track with your fitness goals. As a bonus, we’ve also included some free fitness fun that will keep your kiddos fit, too. You’re welcome.
Virtual Exercise Classes
Nike Training Club is waiving their $14.99 a month fee for its premium service indefinitely. If you download the app , you can access more than 185 free workouts (yoga, cardio and more) which last from 15 to 45 minutes, as well as targeted running training programs, nutrition and wellness guidance.
Gold’s Gym is offering free in-app and on-demand workouts. They’ll help you keep your fitness routine strong while you join in with Personal Trainers from around the world. Not a member? No problem! You can still access their digital fitness options anywhere you are.
Orangetheory offers free weekly classes on IGTV.
Barry’s Bootcamp will help you work up a sweat with free, 20-minute versions of Barry’s Bootcamp’s signature cardio and strength-training classes on Instagram. The studio is posting three workouts a day, which is announced the day before through Instagram Stories under the @barrys handle. Don’t forget to sync your calendar.
CorePower Yoga, one of the country’s largest yoga studio chain is offering everyone free access to a collection of online classes while its 200 locations are closed. (In-person classes generally cost $26 apiece.) Additionally, CorePower Yoga On Demand will be posting new classes online each week, including meditation sessions to beat stress.
Peloton is widely known for its ever-so- popular spin classes. They also offer thousands of strength, yoga, stretching, boot camp and cardio workouts on its app, as well as meditation exercises and outdoor running coaching, which don’t require any expensive equipment. Peloton has extended its 30-day free trial period to 90 days, which you can sign up for through April 30. After that, you’ll pay $12.99 a month.
Additional Free Fitness Options
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Fitness for Kids
Cosmic Kids Yoga:Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation for kids 3 and over.
Go Noodle: Kid-friendly videos to get your kids up and moving around.
BOKS:Offers fee online physical fitness program for children.