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Workout At Home- 9 Best Free Fitness Apps Right Now

Workout From Home With The Best  9 Fitness Free Apps Right Now

In an attempt to stay as healthy and positive as possible, being active is critical. For me, exercise is essential to my mental health so being stuck at home in quarantine has been rough.  The good news is that many popular virtual workout apps are now providing free access during the Coronavirus breakout. It’s an ideal time to give these workout apps a try! Check out the best 9 free fitness apps I have listed below to take advantage of during the novel COVID-19 outbreak.

I feel like a fish out of water without my daily workout schedule at the gym. Since nearly all gyms are currently closed, virtual workouts are where it’s at. So many of my gal pals are addicted to their Peloton workouts because it’s a great way to burn fat and calories without having to leave the house.  Look into these workouts proven to burn over 300 calories with a 20-minute workout. Not to mention the instructors are so darn motivating. Peloton is just one of many home fitness workout platforms and apps available to you.

Research Shows Working Out Alone Is Motivating

In fact, a University of Michigan study found that those who worked out at home had increased motivation and performed better than when they were alone. It all came down to the fact they were alongside “superior” players. This suggests that when people work out virtually, the fact that they are exercising alongside leading fitness professionals on-screen may help them raise the bar and improve performance. The key is staying motivated to work out, check out these tips. 

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The 9 Best Virtual Fitness Apps- That are free right now

1. Peloton

Do you own a Peloton? If you do, you’re lucky. If you don’t no worries, Peloton is extending their digital membership trial from 30 to 90 days for users to utilize their live and on-demand library of classes. The fitness freebie doesn’t require a Peloton-branded bike or treadmill. Users can choose from classes such as yoga, meditation, strength training, and more. This includes plenty of off-bike and treadmill workouts, from boot camp-styled classes to strength training and yoga routines, that all can be accessed on the app. See more details on their promotional page.

2. Boxing- Do you Rumble?

If you love boxing as much as I do, you will be happy to hear that the popular boxing-inspired studio is streaming live workouts from their Instagram every day this week and possibly more moving forward. Hit like a girl with the 45-minute fitness classes focusing on cardio and body weight with no equipment necessary.  See more on their Instagram page hereRumble Boxing combines the sweet science of boxing with the transformative power of strength training. It’s a high-octane 10-round fight that offers authentic HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training), metabolic conditioning (MetCon), and the benefits of cardio in one seamless class.

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2. Barre Studio

Barre Studio is another popular workout platform. The popular barre studio is utilizing Facebook Live to stream at-home workouts. Every day, Pure Barre instructors are bringing barre into the home with classic 45-minute workouts. Look at their Pure Barre Go Facebook page for all upcoming live events.    the novel, coronavirus, covid-19, global, international, epidemic, vaccine, cure, treatment, etc.

3. Yoga Aps

The well-known yoga app is making all its fitness apps free for anyone to use until April 1.  Down Dog is extending its free app access until July 1 for students and teachers. Namaste!

This popular app also has Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre, and 7 Minute Workout that can be searched on the app store.

The Tone It Up app now has access to live classes and 40-minute workout videos led by co-founders Karena Dawn and Katrina Scott. Beyond the app, they’re also doing Instagram Live workouts from time to time, and they have a large library of workout videos.

Adriene Mishler’s yoga YouTube videos have more than 6 million subscribers. Why? Well, she has a video for everything, from a long morning routine to quick, post-run stretches and movements for neck pain. The instructor is down-to-earth and easy to follow, and her adorable dog Benji, who is seen sleeping in many of her videos, just adds to the mellow vibe.

Please note that Adriene just uploaded a “Yoga for Uncertain Times” YouTube workout playlist which, like all of her videos, is completely free.

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4. Grokker

The digital-only fitness company, Grokker is providing free unlimited access to its online classes through April 30. Grokker offers a wide range of workout classes, which also include yoga and meditation, that can be streamed on any device. An added bonus: there’s a section for cooking as well.

5.  Meditation – Headspace

We all need to control our anxiety with deep breathing, meditation, and mindfulness exercises. Headspace, the meditation company has unlocked a specially-curated collection called Weathering the Storm that’s available for free. In it, you’ll find short audios that range from meditations to sleep exercises and movement sessions. These offerings from Headspace work to put your mind and body at ease.

6.  Obé Fitness

This all-digital fitness experience lets you stream live and on-demand classes any time of the day, and they’re offering up a 7-day free trial. The library has more than 4,000 classes to choose from, and live classes occur as early as 6 am EST and go into the mid-afternoon.

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7.  FitOn

This free fitness app is filled with every kind of workout, many of which are no-equipment classes. In addition to hundreds of options, you can also create a personalized fitness plan that aligns with your long-term goals. And there’s a motivating WFH Challenge happening right now, too. Check out more information on their website.

8.  OrangeTheory

After Orangetheory Fitness classes were closed internationally, the fitness franchise announced it would have the same team that designs its in-studio workout create at-home ones. Starting Tuesday, they began posting daily Instagram videos that feature several workout circuits and demonstrations.

You don’t need to be an Orangetheory member to watch the free IGTV videos, and you also don’t need any equipment.

9.  Nike Training Club

Nike’s master trainers work with celebs like Naomi Campbell, Bella Hadid, the Victoria’s Secret Angels — and you if you download the NTC app. There are over 185 free workouts (some of which are inspired by Nike athletes like soccer star Alex Morgan, gymnast Gabby Douglas, and the GOAT Serena Williams) across categories like endurance, mobility, strength, and yoga.  These awesome Nike trainers demo the moves in video clips as audio prompts keep your form in check. The trainers even curate specific collections for you to take advantage of as well — like a six-week Get Lean plan or a four-week strength training plan—to help you reach specific goals.

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