At Home Workouts You Can Do When You Can't Get To The Gym
By Taylor Fields
March 16, 2020
Exercise is great for the body, mind and soul, and although you may be staying at home amid growing Coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns while many gyms are closed, you can still get in a great workout.
There are a number of great resources out there for workouts you can do at home, and many of them are free! From cardio, to yoga, to full-body exercises and even boxing, there is something for everyone. Take a look at just some of the options for at home fitness routines below.
Also, if you're looking for some tunes to pump you up, iHeartRadio has a variety of different workout stations, which you can listen to via the iHeartRadio app or online.
Blogilates offers pilates and sculpting workouts right on their YouTube channel with certified fitness instructor Cassey Ho. Check out their website for more, including some great healthy recipes!
FitnessBlender offers hundreds of free workout videos (even without equipment) created by husband and wife team Daniel and Kelli Segers.
The Down Dog App
Down Dog is a yoga app for all levels of practicing yogis, and in light of coronavirus concerns, the app is offering some free content right now.
The SWEAT App
Fitness guru Kayla Itsines and several other professional trainers guide you through workouts for abs, arms, legs, full body and more. This is a paid app around $20 a month, however, Kayla posts many quick workouts on her social media using little to no equipment.
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I know that it’s super cold in some parts of the world right now. I got a message from one of my best friends in Utah not long ago and she said she literally can’t leave her house because there was so much snow!! If it’s freezing cold where you live and you can’t get to the gym, I want you to know that you can still workout!! 💪You can do my #BBG workouts at home on the @SWEAT app, this is an example of an at home workout, no equipment needed, just the space for your mat. Do it in your bedroom, 28 minutes, GO! Comment below when you’ve completed the workout, I want to know how you go!! 👇
Full Body HIIT Workout with Heather Robinson
No equipment necessary, other than a yoga mat or another soft surface. Heather guides you through two rounds of HIIT and ab circuits. A certified personal trainer, Robinson has tons of free workout videos on her YouTube channel perfect for doing in the comfort of your own home.
Title Boxing Club
You may have already been to a Title Boxing Club, but if you're interested in a boxing-inspired workout and haven't made it to a studio, this is your chance (except you can stay home)! Title Boxing Club offers on-demand boxing workouts at home for $14.99 a month, and you get a free 30 day trial.
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The Sculpt Society
If you love dancing, this dance cardio workout will have you up and moving in no time. Whether you're a beginner or more advanced, The Sculpt Society offers are large library of on demand workouts you can do at home, ranging from 5 minutes to 50 minutes. This is a paid app at $14.99 per month, but does offer a 14 day free trial.