It’s important to continue social distancing and to stay home as much as you can during this time, and since many gyms and fitness groups have closed their doors, we’ve found some at-home workouts to help you celebrate National Fitness Day on May 2.
Here are five places offering free and discounted workouts to help combat COVID-19.
CorePower Yoga is continuing their flow through this time of coronavirus social distancing being so crucial to everyday life.
While closed, the yoga studio chain is granting free access to online classes through CorePower On Demand.
Workouts include: C1, C2, sculpt, HPF and meditation classes.
Check out their schedule on CorePower Yoga’s Youtube channel.
Whether you enjoy yoga or high intensity workouts, Down Dog has you covered!
The popular Down Dog app has opened all of its apps completely free for new users interested in yoga, beginners’ yoga, HIIT, seven-minute workouts and barre classes until June 1.
The app also announced they will continue to offer free access to all students, teachers and healthcare professionals until July 1.
Sometimes extra motivation is just what people need, especially with social distancing becoming more and more prominent, which is why Obe Fitness is offering up their live classes with a 30-day trial.
Click here to start your free trial to get daily live and over 4,000 on-demand classes from the comfort of your home.
The first rule about CrossFit, is don’t talk about CrossFit ... or is it?
Either way, how can you not when you can get that blood flowing with CrossFit at home?
CrossFit has a variety of free at-home videos that range from single exercises to drills and more.
Never a bad time to work on that beach bod, right? BeachBody has a 14-day free trial that offers a wide variety of online classes.
This includes access to all of its top workouts from P90x to PiYo and everything in between.
If workouts aren’t your speed, check out even more things to help pass time with our list of 11 things to do at home.
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