Afraid of hitting the gym because of coronavirus? You might not have to ever leave your living room.
Fitness apps offer on-demand and live classes featuring everything from your basic yoga flow to intense HIIT — all taught by top fitness instructors from around the world.
Whether you have five minutes or two hours, there’s something for everyone (even seniors and kids). Here’s seven to sweat with.
NEOU offers thousands of live and on-demand classes, featuring top trainers and workouts (from ten minutes to 90), including bootcamp, dance and barre. Plus, your stir-crazy kids can use it to shake their sillies out: The streaming service offers 10- to 20-minute workouts for families.
$14.99 a month or $50 for a full year; NEOUFitness.com
A ClassPass membership also includes in-app access to audio and video workouts (cardio, strength and mind-body) — ideal for living-room exercising. The app also features “express” classes for breaks in between meetings.
From $19 per month; ClassPass.com
3. The Sculpt Society
Former Brooklyn Nets dancer Megan Roup’s app brings a simplified version of her popular dance cardio and sculpting method to your screen. The on-demand workouts range from five to 50 minutes and can be done with no equipment. She’s launching a live class soon.
$19.99 a month or $119.95 for the year; TheSculptSociety.com
4. Fitbit Premium
Fitbit’s Premium service has all kinds of workouts, from running to yoga to weightlifting, led by 16 different trainers. In a nice touch, routines also can be personalized to match the health data collected by your Fitbit device.
$9.99 a month or $80 for the year; Fitbit.com
What guy wouldn’t want to look like Thor? This Chris Hemsworth-created fitness app is your best bet to achieve a superhero-like body from the comfort of your home. Offering 20- to 40-minute workouts, such as high-intensity interval training, yoga and mixed martial arts, the app also offers meal plans and recipes.
Prices start at $20 a month or $120 a year; Centr.com
You don’t need a pricey bike to benefit from the Peloton app’s on-demand classes. Do some yoga or strength-training indoors, or take it outside for a guided run.
Starts at $12.99 a month; OnePeloton.com
The Obé platform offers more than 20 different class types — from barre to trampoline — and features more than 4,000 on-demand workouts in its extensive library. There are also 14 live classes a day, with people from Califonia to New Jersey tuning in and sweating together — separately.
$27 a month; $199 for the year; obefitness.com