Because Gyms are closed we must find a place in our homes to work out. Fitness apps are a great option. There are so many to choose from, but we have given you a list to look at. Some are free, while others have an extended free trial period.
Our friends from Living on the Cheap turned us on to Fitness Blender. It offers a bunch of free workout videos. Whether your preferred workout includes HIIT, Strength Training or Kettlebell, Fitness Blender has you covered.
FitOn offers a selection of classes like Yoga, Strength Training and Cardio both on-demand, which means live classes all day long. Try challenges like the 10 day Kickstarter that will help you get closer to your fitness goals.
The Nike Training app is another easy-to-use fitness app with workouts filtered by level, duration, equipment available, intensity and focus. A free version is offered, giving you access to 200+ workouts. The premium version (starting at $14.99/mo) gives you access to trainer-led workouts, nutrition, and wellness guidance — and premium workouts. It’s sure nice to have the choice to pay or not.
Yes, the one with “that” commercial everyone is talking about. Peloton offers a variety of live fitness classes that will help you get into shape on your own schedule. Filter classes by type, length, time and fitness level — and find the perfect class. I actually love this one myself but try before you buy, as they offer a 90-day free trial. Their ap is normally $12.99 which you will have to pay for on day 91.
You will have to enter in your credit card. Although we don’t recommend ever giving up your credit card info, if you choose to do so, mark your calendar when your freebie expires so you can cancel if you choose not to continue.