Barry’s Boot camp: The boutique studio popular among celebrities will stream 20-minute equipment- free workouts on Instagram live. You can also get a 30-day free trial to their hundreds of other classes using the code INVOLVE and create custom workout calendars.
Editor’s Note: The writer is a studio experience team member at Horsepower Yoga. Casey Ho/Bookplates Whether you don't have the money for a personal trainer, don't have time for the gym or are staying home as a precaution to not get sick from the coronavirus, you can still get great workouts anywhere you are thanks to YouTube.
The videos are free to watch, easily to pull up any place you have a Wi-Fi connection and offer a huge variety of exercises, from aerobics and Pilates to boot camp and boxing. Fitness guru Caleb Marshall combines hit pop songs -- like “Heat” by Kelly Clarkson and “Pony” by Genuine -- with dance moves that help you break a sweat and have fun doing it.
Unlike other dance workout videos, the Marshall makes the moves easy for the less coordinated (like me!) The best part is his backup crew, which includes people of different shapes, sizes and ethnicities.
This widely popular channel has close to 4.5 million subscribers and focuses on POP Pilates, PIIT28 and Boot camp Sculpting. Certified fitness instructor Casey Ho's friendly demeanor makes laying on a mat and working your core, legs, arms and butt almost enjoyable.
What I like about this channel is it has workout series and challenges that you can follow throughout the week to keep you motivated. Check out the Bridal Boot camp, Apartment Friendly and Celebrity Workouts.
Here calming voice and chill disposition will charm you before you even hit the mat. In addition to her awesome personality, Adrienne's channel includes yoga videos for, well, just about anything.
You'll find yoga sequences for relaxing, helping sciatica pain, burning fat, easing anxiety and depression and curing a hangover. If getting strong and lean is on your to-do list, then you'll find the HAS fit (Heart And Soul fit) channel super useful.
It includes strength training workouts -- with or without dumbbells -- along with low- and high-impact exercise routines. FitnessBlender is a husband and wife run channel that specializes in exercises for busy people.
It's fun, upbeat and I bet you'll even smile a couple of times while you burn calories. This animated trainer doesn't really have a personality, but her on-screen timers and rep counters help you keep track of what you're doing better than any humanoid.
New videos are released every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to keep things fresh. Les Mills' exercise videos not only give you a great workout, they also teach you real dance moves you can take to the club.
It's pretty motivating to know you're not only getting ripped, but you're also learning an actual skill you can use in the real world. In order to get started, users must first create a profile that includes their weight, height, gender and birthdate to help the app provide a more accurate estimate of calories burned.
It’s possible to dance to just a single song, take a full class, device a fitness plan and set goals, learn the steps and browse the progress tracker. There are several getting started tips that must be followed to get the most from Zumba Dance such as ensuring that the iPad is placed on a flat surface at a slight angle.
It’s recommended to learn the basic moves first, but I jumped right in and started grooving. The app displays the user’s picture in the lower right corner, and it can detect all the moves.
The App Store description is a little misleading because it never states that there are only six tracks with the purchase. Furthermore, the app can only read one person at a time so there is currently no Zumba multiplayer for those wishing to compete with friends.
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I love all the different exercise options I have and that I can easily schedule my workouts daily. I really want to thank Pop sugar for providing a way for so many who can’t afford a gym membership or simply want to have variety in their workouts.
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Use your favorite streaming device at home, your favorite mobile device on the go or stream online. What it is: Zumba combines Latin dance, hip-hop, martial arts, and resistance training in an upbeat fitness choreography that makes working out tons of fun.
How to do it at home: Put on your dancing shoes and get ready to shake it in front of your TV or computer! Participants feel the burn in their arms, abs, glutes, and thighs with this strengthening and lengthening routine.
Pure Barre Technique offers a range of DVDs, accessory packages, and audio podcasts. Commonly referred to as “hot yoga,” Hiram is performed in a room heated to 105 degrees to ease the body into its most flexible state.
Challenging the mind and body alike, this form of yoga focuses on the importance of oxygen flow and breathing. How to do it at home: Move a yoga mat into the bathroom and crank up the shower to raise the room’s temperature and humidity.
Wear warm but loose-fitting clothing to maintain a high body temperature, and follow a Hiram yoga workout DVD, YouTube video, or Chat Rough’s free Amazing podcast. Most classes emphasize the importance of achieving proper pelvic and spinal alignment, resulting in improved posture.
Place a standard exercise mat near a TV or computer screen and follow along with your choice of Pilates workout DVDs or YouTube videos. What it is: This umbrella term describes any group fitness class that combines cardio moves, strength training, and agility work into one intense sweat session.
A series of jumping jacks, push-ups, squats, and sit-ups will make you work just as hard as any gym class. What it is: Spinning is a form of indoor cycling that is offered in large gym chains and boutique fitness clubs across the country.
How to do it at home: Mad Dog Athletics sells the original spinning bike for at-home use, as well as DVDs, cycling shoes, and downloadable music packages. What it is: CrossFit combines a series of cardiovascular exercise, body weight strength training, gymnastics, and weightlifting into fast-paced, total-body workouts.
Participants focus on improving speed, mental and physical strength, coordination, and endurance with this combat-based, total-body workout that only draws the line at full-contact sparring.