Additional Workout Resources
If Medicine in Motion’s Workouts of the Day aren’t your style, here are a ton more options, all for free! The best way to stay active is to choose an activity you enjoy, and one that you’ll actually do.
Down Dog apps, including Down Dog, Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre, and 7 Minute Workout are completely free for students, teachers, and healthcare professionals to download until July 1. To access the free membership go to: downdogapp.com/schools or downdogapp.com/healthcare.
Blink Fitness is hosting Facebook Live sessions weekdays at 8 a.m. ET. The fitness chain will host virtual workouts, give tips to stay motivated and answer fitness questions from the comments.
Orangetheory is sharing a new 30-minute workout video each day, featuring some of its most popular coaches from around the world. According to the fitness center, the workouts don’t require any special equipment, but may feature everyday household items.
For the next 90 days, Peloton is offering its app to new users for free. Even if you don’t have the bike, the app has yoga, meditation, strength, stretching, bodyweight cardio and strength training exercises. According to the company, all you need is a mat to get started.
305 Fitness is offering cardio dance live streams twice a day on YouTube. The sessions are held at 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. ET, and are hosted by the founder of the studio, Sadie Kurzban.
Gold’s Gym is offering a variety of digital workouts. Its app offers over 600 audio and video workouts.
Planet Fitness is live streaming “Work-Ins” at 7 p.m. ET every day on Facebook. The company said its trainers, and occasionally surprise celebrity guests, will lead the 20-minute workouts.
Crunch Fitness’ online workout class portal, Crunch Live has over 100 workouts, including dance, yoga, pilates, barre, kickboxing and more.
Retro Fitness is offering free daily live stream classes on its Facebook page that are available weekdays at 6 p.m. ET and taught by the company’s expert trainers. The theme of the first workout was “Body Blast.”
Life Time’s Classes on Demand are a way for members and non-members across the country to stream cardio, strength and yoga classes. New classes are added every day and include kickboxing, barre, guided meditations and more.
YMCA 360 includes barre, boot camp, yoga and more “to support the health and well-being of everyone staying home.”
Barry’s Bootcamp is hosting 20-minute bodyweight workouts live on Instagram for free. On Tuesday, its 9 a.m. PDT workout was hosted by CEO Joey Gonzalez, and ithe 12 p.m. PDT workout was led by VP of Curriculum Chris Hudson.
CorePower Yoga is offering free access to a limited collection of online yoga and meditation classes while studios are closed. “What’s important to remember right now is that our yoga practice is always there for us – wherever we are,” the company said.
If you sort the site by “no equipment,” you’ll find that WodWell has a variety of challenging workouts and routines that you could do in your living room or hallway. Some of the workouts have advanced finishing moves (handstand pushups) or a timed aspect to them.
Yoga to the People offers two classes per day via Zoom, and three on Wednesdays. For more advanced students, there’s an additional Master Class available on Wednesdays too. Zoom thankfully also allows you to mute and turn off your camera, so no one will gawk at you falling out of Warrior 3.