March 17, 2020

Fitness From A Distance

Whether you’re continuing to crush your New Year’s workout resolutions or you’ve just started a new fitness routine, being stuck at home can seem like a big disruption to your exercise goals. From cancelled bootcamp to closed studios, social distancing doesn’t need to mark the end of your health and wellness routine. We’ve rounded up the top fitness apps and sites that will help you stay on track and use this time to stay strong and healthy. —Jeanine Gordon


peloton. We’re all familiar with the coveted Peloton bike, but did you know that they also offer a long list of other types of workouts you can do at home? From bootcamp to yoga to cardio, the Peloton app gives you access to thousands of workouts. As an added incentive to get sweaty while you’re social-distancing, Peloton has extended their normal 30-day free trial to 90 days.

obé fitness. If you love the vibe of working out with others, you don’t have to sacrifice that sense of community just because you’re staying in. Obé Fitness offers a full schedule of live classes, including Dance HIIT, Sculpt, Strength and more, letting you sweat it out with other members without leaving the house.

the class. You might be familiar with visiting The Class’s Vancouver studio, but there’s no need to miss out on a killer workout because you’re staying home. Instead, visit their digital studio from your living room and take part in a full-body workout with options streaming twice daily, seven days a week.

glo. Yogis, you are not alone during this time! We get the need to fit in a regular yoga practice as part of your fitness and wellness routine, and the people behind Glo get it too. That’s why they offer thousands of yoga classes from world renowned instructors. From Hatha to Pre-natal to Vinyasa Flow, Glo offers an awesome range of classes. Choose your level of expertise, desired class length to fully customize your experience while you namaste at home.

seven. Not all of us love exercising and skipping your workout because you’re short on time is one of the most common excuses in the book. Based on the idea of the seven-minute workout, Seven is the app made for people who want simple, straightforward, and quick workouts that they can do from home with little or no equipment. Choose workouts that include moves like wall sits or lunges to work you out from top to toe in an easy, customizable format.

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