Let's face it: In these uncertain times, a lot of us are probably going to be spending the majority of our days indoors for the foreseeable future. With more and more gyms and workout studios facing temporary closures, many fitness and wellness companies have been quick to adapt to the rapidly developing news, opting for digital classes you can stream from the comfort of your own home.
While everything in the world may seem overwhelming right now, moving your body every day has been proven to drastically boost your mood and improve your mental health. Fortunately, a number of our favorite fitness brands are currently offering a free trial to their streaming platforms or have videos available for public access so you can continue to feel good in your routine.
Don't have a Peloton bike? Don't fret! The premier fitness company has a streaming app that goes well beyond cycling. Its extensive library of immersive classes ranges anywhere from running to strength-training to meditation and more. And now, Peloton has extended its new-member offer from a 30-day trial to 90 days, so you can start your at-home workout routine today.
The popular fitness app has workout videos designed for every level and for a wide range of exercises, including HIIT, barre, weight-training, and more. With its renowned instructors, engaged community of members, and easy-to-follow classes, the Tone It Up app is a favorite for many. The app is currently available to download for a monthlong trial for new subscribers.
This streaming-only fitness platform is revolutionizing the at-home workout experience. With thousands of live and on-demand classes, from Pilates to sculpt to dance cardio, ranging from 10 to 40 minutes, you’ll be sure to find the right workout to fit your needs and schedule. Obé is offering a free month trial with the code ATHOME at checkout.
Price: 30-day free trial with code ATHOME; $27/ month
Known for its low-impact, high-intensity workouts, P.volve has won fans over with its functional, movement-based method. The fitness brand has made its streaming platform with hundreds of classes available for a 30-day trial. You can even join in on the fun on Instagram with live free workouts three times a day.
Price: 30-day free trial; $19.99/month
CityRow is a dynamic, strength-training workout that combines high-intensity intervals with its patented water-based row machines that you can do at home or in the studios. With temporary closures of its studios, the company has pivoted to streaming its classes for free on Instagram Live three days a week, with some requiring no equipment. The CityRow Go app is also extending its trial period to 30 days, where you can stream strength, yoga and mobility workouts on demand.
Price: 30-day free trial; $22.42/month. Stream classes on its Instagram Live.
You might already be familiar with Alo Yoga. We’ve certainly sung the praises of its line of athletic wear. Well, the brand has also launched a video platform, Alo Moves, with on-demand yoga, fitness, and meditation classes taught by world-class teachers. You can try a 14-day trial of the platform or practice from a selection of free full-length classes on Alo Moves' YouTube channel.
Sky Ting, the New York–based and beloved yoga brand, known for its airy, millennial-friendly (hello, plants!) studios, has introduced Sky Ting Yoga TV. While its physical locations are currently closed, you can still continue your practice with its selection of on-demand yoga classes and live streams.
BoxUnion, which has studios in LA, is offering live and on-demand classes that are good for all levels. In addition to boxing, you can take HIIT and strength-training classes. And if you've been having a hard time getting your hands on some weights or bands or ankle weights, you'll be happy to know that you can do these workouts without equipment.
Price: 14-day free trial; $30/month
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