With the current situation getting to the gym for a workout is impossible, so why not bring the workout to your house and get the whole family involved. From yoga to CrossFit, there is a workout streaming online for you to get up and move and feel better. We’ve put together a list of the best workout resources for you to take advantage of during your time at home.
24 Hour Fitness
Whether you are a member or not, 24-hour fitness is offering free online personalized training through their app. The app will ask you a few questions related to your fitness goals and will provide you with over 1,500 workouts to help you maintain your fitness.
Daily Burn is a virtual workout site that usually offers monthly subscriptions, but during the pandemic, they are providing a free trial period. After signing up for the trial period, Daily Burn will tailor programs for you, help you with a nutritional plan. These schedule workout videos include yoga, cardio strength, pilates, kickboxing, and much more.
Just days after closing Orangetheory started posting daily workouts. You can find these fantastic and free workouts on their website. Top coaches from around the world will provide 30-minute workouts for all levels, and no special equipment is required.
Nike Training Club
Nike is offering free 15, 30, and 45-minute workouts designed by Nike trainers on their app. Most workouts are equipment-free, and they give you step by step images to make sure you are performing the moves correctly. Workouts include squats, walkouts, and lunges.
If your idea of a work out is dancing, then 305 Fitness is your go-to for all your workout needs. This fantastic dance cardio studio is offering 15-45 minute classes on their YouTube page. Classes include Zumba, 90s dance cardio, yoga and meditation, and so much more.
Planet Fitness is currently live-streaming 30-minute free workout classes daily at 6 pm on their Facebook page. Family workouts can be found on their YouTube channel along with a long list of other workouts you might want to try.
Cosmic Kids Yoga
Geared more towards younger kids, Cosmic Kids Yoga is a popular YouTube that offers kids 30-45 minute yoga classes with engaging popular cartoon characters. Interactive adventures will help kids with balance, strength, and confidence.
GoNoodle gets kids moving. This online platform is being used in school around the country and is a fun and exciting way to get kids up and running. Videos will have them repeating silly dance moves, yoga, stretches, and so much more. They get kids moving without making them feel like they are working out.
LifeTime is offering free workout videos for the whole family on their YouTube channel. Classes include yoga, strength classes, cardio, family shred, and so much more.
DJ Mel House Dance Party
Austin’s very own DJ Mel is hosting weekly dance parties from the comfort of his home every Saturday night. DJ Mel will be spinning top hits and going live on Facebook at 6 pm to help you and your family get off the couch and have your very own living room dance party.
Whether your idea of a great workout is an intense CrossFit session or a fun Zumba class, the most important thing is for you to get moving. Working out is a great way to release endorphins, and when that happens, it is said it triggers a positive feeling in the body, which is excellent during this stressful time in our lives. We hope you enjoy these different outlets and get the whole family involved.