As quarantining during the coronavirus pandemic continues, gyms and fitness studios have shutdown nationwide to slow the spread and promote social distancing. But as we know, incorporating exercise into your daily routine is crucial to your overall wellbeing, so gyms and fitness professionals have come together to amp up at-home fitness resources, including live-streaming workout classes and offering free app trials.
High Intensity Classes
This popular endurance class focuses on intervals and targeting certain zones of your heart rate. Given the impact of COVID-19, Orangetheory is now uploading new at-home 30 minute workout routines daily. You won’t need any special equipment, but the instructors do get creative and have you utilize objects you can find around the house like coffee jugs in lieu of weights.
Barry’s is rolling out complimentary, twice-daily IGTV Barry’s at-home workouts. There are two options: one focuses on body weight and the other utilizes Barry’s exclusive “Band Together Fit Kit,” a package of resistance, mini, and booty bands.
NYC’s leading HIIT studio is offering 30 days complimentary to their digital subscription service Fhitting Room On Demand. Everyone can access the free HIIT workouts at ondemand.fhittingroom.com. They also offer Fhitting Room LIVE classes which cost $20 and are as close to an actual class as possible since you have a trainer who is interacting with you. Private/Private Group LIVE classes are also available for families, friends, or colleagues who would like to do a class together from their homes.
Rumble is all about “social fitnessing.” This killer boxing studio is hosting daily Instagram Live videos featuring cardio and body weight workouts every morning. Check out their Instagram feed for daily class times.
Toning and Dancing Classes
Tone It Up
Tone It Up has an amazing community and offers all different types of toning and endurance workouts. The app will be free for new users for the next 30 days, and workout videos range from 10-40 minutes to fit your schedule. Plus, founders Karena and Katrina will be going live on the @ToneItUp Instagram throughout the week.
This functional movement fitness program just announced it will be offering 30 days of free streaming to all new members, which gives you access to hundreds of workouts. Use the code ONEPVOLVE to start your free trial. They’ll also be sharing free live workouts on Instagram and YouTube three times a day (8AM, 1PM, and 6PM EST).
This dance-cardio party is one of NYC’s most popular workout classes. In light of the COVID-19 closures, founder Sadie Kurzban is now offering free cardio dance live streams twice a day on YouTube at noon and 6PM EST.
The app offers 100 live classes per week, including cardio, strength, yoga, and stretch based workouts. Use code SWEATSANDCITY for your first month of at-home workouts free.
Bandier will be hosting Instagram Live workouts every day at 4PM EST that can be done at home.
This dance fitness workout is offering a free 7-day trial of their DanceBody LIVE platform and 50% off your first month with code DBATHOME.
This toning workout is designed to sculpt your ultimate physique. Enjoy a 7-day free trial of their app here.
If you’re looking to complete your yoga flow at home, CorePower Yoga is offering free streaming live classes for you each day. If you are already a member, you’ll now be able to enjoy full unlimited access to all online classes through CorePower Yoga On Demand, which include 20-60 minute versions of the same CorePower class formats you’re used to in the studio. For those who are not members, CorePower is still providing free access to a limited collection of online classes available weekly.
This athletic clothing brand will be hosting free Instagram Live sessions that feature yoga, do-anywhere workouts, meditation, and self-care tips.
This community-driven yoga brand is offering a one week free of their yoga television platform.
This sweat-dripping, candlelight yoga studio is offering Flow On Your Own Instagram Live sessions throughout the week.
A Wide Mix of Everything
Although Peloton is known for its indoor cycling bike and tread, the company offers many other fitness classes on its streaming app (be sure to check out their digital strength workouts). Peloton is now offering a 90-day free trial of their yoga, meditation, strength, cycling, running, and other fitness classes to anyone for use, even if you don’t own the bike itself
Redeem offers high-intensity interval training, strength training, core, prenatal, dance, and more targeted towards keeping women fit. In light of recent events, Redeem’s online workout platform will be free for the next 30 days. Visit redeemfit.com/sign-up and use coupon code REDEEM1.
Starting March 23rd, Daily Burn will be upgrading its current members to premium access for 60 days for free. If you’re new to the app, they are offering a 60-day free trial with premium access as well. Daily Burn will be curating a different workout each day from their extensive library in place of new episodes of DB365.
A new free online community program, YMCA 360, offers on-demand programs and digital coaching. The program includes some of the Y’s most popular group exercise classes like boot camp, barre, yoga, and low impact programs for seniors.
24 Hour Fitness
Everyone can access the 24 Hour Fitness app on-demand workouts and premium content for free during this time, which includes Les Mills classes and audio coaching. They are also extending their memberships for the amount of time that their gyms are closed.
If you’re an early riser and prefer those morning workouts, Blink Fitness is now live-streaming workout videos at 8AM EST on weekdays called Get Up and Blink! Blink is also setting up Facebook workout challenges that can be done with household items including a deck of cards.