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Workout Apps And Memberships You Can Use From Home

Even when spending most of your time indoors, it’s important to find motivation to exercise.

Working out from home is not the most comfortable of options, but now that most gyms have closed and people are advised to stay home, it’s something to keep in mind.

Despite the stress that surrounds us, there’s an abundance of methods when it comes to home workouts, with different gyms and companies offering trials, at-home routines and even live online classes due to the coronavirus outbreak. If you’re someone who enjoys the communal aspect of working out, you should check your regular gym and see if they’re providing these kinds of options.

Physical activity is an important part of maintaining your physical and mental health, something that’s surely under stress due to the current environment. Here are some options that could work for you depending on the equipment you have at home:

If you have weights & equipment at home

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The NEOU app is currently offering a 30 day free trial that includes all kinds of workouts, including HIIT routines and Yoga sessions. Planet Fitness is also offering different routines and workouts for members, costing only $10 a month.

If you like to dance

Obe is also offering a free trial, having more than 2,500 classes and programs to choose from. The app has dance-HIIT combinations that make you sweat a lot while providing plenty of distraction and some choreography dance classes than can provide an interesting challenge.

If you can practice cardio

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The Hollywood Reporter says that Equinox Media is releasing an app called Variis, which gives on-demand access to Equinox brands like SoulCycle, PURE Yoga, Precision Run, Myodetox and HeadStrong. SoulCycle is also releasing an eerily timed SoulCycle bike you can have at home for $2,500. If you can shell out $40 a month, you’ll also have a membership that instructs you on lessons and routines. Despite the crazy price tag, it might be cheaper than conducting your regular SoulCycle visits.

If you like to work out with other people

AARMY, a personal coaching experience, is offering daily Live Instagram sessions that include workouts like Bootcamp, Ab Challenge and Cycling programs. Barry’s Bootcamp is also providing free Instagram TV workouts twice a day.

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