Gyms and fitness classes across the country are gradually reopening during the COVID-19 outbreak, but many people may not be comfortable with the idea of going back yet. Some facilities also remain closed, so it's up to us to keep ourselves healthy. Thankfully, working out from home has gotten much easier as fitness apps and personal trainers are providing free lessons to help us all stay healthy during the pandemic. Plus, we can find handy equipment to make our home workouts even better.
Before starting any new exercise routine, always remember not to push yourself too hard if you aren't feeling well — your health and safety come first. But if you're ready to turn your living room into your gym, take a look at these workout routines and tools that we’ve gathered to help anyone kickstart their fitness journey.
The P.volve fitness platform is committed to safe, functional, movement-based methods to help you achieve the results you want. Sounds like the perfect program for a crowded studio apartment. Even more perfect? They’re offering a free 14-day stream trial of their services during our period of self-isolation.
Six million subscribers can’t be wrong! Husband and wife Daniel and Kelli Segars have uploaded almost 600 free, full-length workout videos. Each title lists any equipment you may need, which is an easy way to find the right clip. If you’re searching for content without gym essentials, don’t worry — they have plenty of equipment-free workouts.
In a move of compassion and business savvy, the CorePower Yoga team has provided a catalog of yoga workouts of various skill levels for free over the next month. "We know that life is challenging right now," they shared on Instagram, "and we hope these changes create peace of mind and keep your practice moving without interruption."
From HIIT to yoga, barre to bootcamp, and kettlebells to kickboxing, Sweat Factor is offering a 7-day free trial of their all workouts during the COVID-19 outbreak. Sweat Factor has one of the most impressive rosters of trainers in the fitness world, and their workouts are accessible anytime, anywhere.
If social isolation has you craving more human connection, Daily Burn may be what you’re looking for in at-home fitness. The Daily Burn Community Group is 20,000 members strong and is constantly checking in with one another pre- and post-workout.